Jordan has taken in over 630,000 Syrian refugees. But citing the threat from "Islamic State" militants, Amman is taking greater precautions with whom it lets into the country. Our correspondent Tania Krämer was given access to a remote border camp.
A UNHCR report has found that sexual violence towards boys and men stemming from the Syria conflict has been far more prevalent than was previously thought. Some of the victims were as young as 10, the oldest over 80.
A new solar power plant is lighting up the lives of thousands of Syrian refugees - and could be the start of a new green energy transition in Jordan.
As the suspected chemical attack in Syria prompts international outrage, one neighboring country from the south has joined the condemnations. But how much can Israeli individuals do, and should the country intervene?
Jordan said it would issue work permits to help Syrian refugees build lives. But advocates have been surprised by how hard it's been for the newcomers to land legal jobs - and they're not sure why, reports Bethan Staton.
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