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مخيم الزعتري خامس أكبر تجمع سكاني قنبلة موقوتة في شمال الأردن Za'atari camp:becoming chaotic mix of Syrian refugees, locals, journalists and NGOs

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Security concerns rise at Syrian refugee camp despite police presence Za'atari camp – now Jordan's fifth largest city – becoming chaotic mix of Syrian refugees, locals, journalists and NGOs IRIN in Mafraq, part of the Guardian development network guardian.co.uk, Saturday 6 April 2013 A whirlwhind approaches Za’atari camp for Syrian refugees in Jordan. Poor protection from the elements has led to riots in the camp. Photograph: Areej Abuqudairi/IRIN The Jordanian government is implementing measures to improve security for the Syrian refugees at Za'atari camp, but aid workers say the efforts are limited by funding constraints and have yet to make a difference. The entrance to Za'atari – now Jordan's fifth largest city – is a chaotic hodgepodge of Syrian refugees, Jordanian citizens, journalists, aid workers, vans and water trucks, with up to 10,000 visitors a day. The camp, built to accommodate around 60,000 Syrian refugees, now hosts at least 140,000, according to the…