Soon, two million Iraqis will have fled their country. A look at how neighboring countries are handling the influx and how the refugees are surviving.

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  • Kristele Younes Advocate, Refugees International
  • Ambassador Karim Kawar Ambassador to United States from Jordan
  • Ellen Sauerbrey Assistant Secretary of State for Population, Refugees, and Migration
  • May Iraqi refugee in Amman, Jordan. Former translator for the Coalition Provisional Authority in Baghdad. She does not want her last name used for fear she or her family will be further targeted by criminal gangs.

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