UN Calls On Jordan To Admit 12,000 Refugees
The UNHCR has asked Jordan to admit 12,000 Syrian refugees stranded along the Jordanian border. Jordan's government says the number is exaggerated.By Bell Johnson | December 9, 2015
The U.N. and other human rights groups have called on Jordan to admit more Syrian refugees, saying 12,000 stranded people are congregating along the Jordanian border.
But the U.N. Refugee Agency says the country should take in more, especially since the number of refugees has tripled since the beginning of November. (Video via UNHCR)