Palestinian refugee crisis: Longing for 'right of return'

Most Palestinian refugees in Jordan live below the poverty line and outside camps.

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    They are sometimes described as the people of a forgotten war.

    Hundreds of thousands of Palestinian refugees are either living in Syria or have sought refuge in Lebanon or Jordan since the Syrian war began in 2011.

    And the so-called "right of return" of Palestinians to their homeland remains as far from reach as ever.

    Al Jazeera's Natasha Ghoneim reports from Jordan's capital, Amman.


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