Life after war: How Syrian refugees turned a camp into a city they call home
updated 4:12 PM EDT, Tue April 15, 2014
Editor's note:The Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan, currently home to around 100,000 Syrian refugees, is the second largest refugee camp in the world. CNN spent several days meeting the residents and workers of the camp. From a beauty salon to a makeshift "Champs Elysees", hear their stories and explore life at the camp by clicking on the icons. See the full report with stunning photos from Jordan here. There are more details on how to help Syrian refugees at Impact Your World.
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