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Jordan: Wiam finds hope through Shakespeare

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Wiam stopped going to school after fleeing Syria more than a year ago. However she plays a star role in "Shakespeare in Zaatari" which has inspired her to become an actress.

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Syria Refugee Crisis - UNHCR reports Play

UNHCR support displaced people in Syria, and Syrian refugees in countries across the region. Watch and hear from refugees about how their lives have been changed, and see what UNHCR and partners are doing to support those who've fled their homes.

Read more on UNHCR: http://rfg.ee/qH0zq
Watch UNHCR reports on the Syrian crisis: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL587DEB510E8CB629

Central Africa Republic Crisis Play

The conflict in CAR escalated in December 2012, when the Seleka rebel coalition began fighting the government before capturing Bangui and ousting President François Bozizé in March last year. Months of brutality against civilians followed before wide-scale fighting erupted again in December between the predominantly Muslim Seleka and the mainly Christian Anti-Balaka militias. This was marked by attacks on people based on religion, triggering massive population displacement.

As of February 12th 2014 2.5 millions are in need, read more: http://rfg.ee/tM4ML
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