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The Jordanian government has repeatedly asked the international community for more aid, saying the influx of refugees is putting a massive strain on already overstretched water and power supplies as well as housing and education. (Photo by Jared J. Kohler)

Zaatari camp, Jordan: Street scenes

Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan - just eight miles from the Syrian border - is home to 120,000 people, making it the largest in the Middle East. It costs about £310,000 every day to run, with aid agencies providing food, shelter, water and medicine. Within the two square miles of the camp, a semblance of normal life goes on for the refugees in its streets, stalls and schools.