Jordan forcibly returns Syrian refugees

Syrian refugees carry bags after collecting food from a supermarket at a refugee camp that opened in Azraq, in the Jordanian eastern desert, some 100 kilometres east of Amman, in this April 30, 2014 photo, on its opening day.

Syrian refugees carry bags after collecting food from a supermarket at a refugee camp that opened in Azraq, in the Jordanian eastern desert, some 100 kilometres east of Amman, in this April 30, 2014 photo, on its opening day.

BEIRUT: An international rights group says Jordanian authorities have forcibly deported “vulnerable Syrian refugees,” including wounded men and unaccompanied children. Jordan has denied the claim.

Human Rights Watch said Monday that those deported include a group of 12 Syrians who had been receiving treatment at a rehabilitation center and four refugees, three of them children, whom Jordanian border police stopped near the Syrian border.

Human Rights Watch quoted a Jordanian official as denying the refugees had been deported, saying they were taken to other unnamed hospitals.

 
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