Jordan's Zaatari camp is home to some 80,000 Syrian refugees - many of whom are children. Fleeing civil war in their homelands has forced these kids to grow up fast. But one man is helping them to be kids again.
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The Middle Eastern country's allies are concerned after this weekend's palace intrigue. Observers say the royal family's public spat is just a small example of long-term problems.
The 59-year-old monarch gave a televised address in his first public remarks on the alleged coup led by his half-brother Hamzah. US President Joe Biden spoke to Abdullah earlier to offer Washington's support.
Only weeks after schools reopened in Jordan, children are back at home using newly-developed digital learning tools that could pave the way for a new and improved education system.
But it's uncertain how many more refugees from Africa, the Middle East and Central America are set to benefit.
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