FAR FROM FREEDOM."I came here for my safety."..(Nadim, Iraqi Refugee Amman, Jordan, September 2009.)..The number of Iraqi refugees now residing in Jordan is a matter of fierce debate, but conservative

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Jaddou, from Baghdad, sits on his small balcony in Amman, September 2009. He fled his home in Baghdad after repeated threats to his family from sectarian militias. Iraqi refugees across the Middle East are highly likely to end up moving through 'irregular' people smuggling networks to Europe, North America and Australia due to the often dire circumstances faced in countries like Jordan. Photo: Ed Giles.
Jaddou, from Baghdad, sits on his small balcony in Amman, September 2009. He fled his home in Baghdad after repeated threats to his family from sectarian militias. Iraqi refugees across the Middle East are highly likely to end up moving through 'irregular' people smuggling networks to Europe, North America and Australia due to the often dire circumstances faced in countries like Jordan. Photo: Ed Giles.
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