Tens of thousands of Syrians fleeing conflict have been stranded in a desert between their country and Jordan for more than two years. The living conditions are dire, with no access to basic resources such as food, water or medical supplies. With over 75 percent of the group estimated to be women and children, they desperately need assistance and support. Aid agencies are now scrambling to come up with a solution. A provisional agreement between the UN and Jordan calling for a buffer zone for the stranded refugees may be part of the answer. CCTV’s Stephanie Freid has more.
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