In this Saturday, Nov. 28, 2015 photo, Syrian refugee children play at a temporary refugee camp in Irbil, northern Iraq. Some 240,000 refugees who fled the fighting in Syria now live in Iraq. Their children are neither citizens of Syria, their families’ country of origin, or of Iraq, the country where they now live.
In this Saturday, Nov. 28, 2015 photo, Syrian refugee children play at a temporary refugee camp in Irbil, northern Iraq. Some 240,000 refugees who fled the fighting in Syria now live in Iraq. Their children are neither citizens of Syria, their families’ country of origin, or of Iraq, the country where they now live. Seivan M.Salim AP
In this Saturday, Nov. 28, 2015 photo, Syrian refugee children play at a temporary refugee camp in Irbil, northern Iraq. Some 240,000 refugees who fled the fighting in Syria now live in Iraq. Their children are neither citizens of Syria, their families’ country of origin, or of Iraq, the country where they now live. Seivan M.Salim AP

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December 02, 2015 12:00 AM