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Refugee tales: Gulf News in Jordan
Gulf News' Sunita Menon and Rania Moussly

Gulf News reporter Rania Moussly (right) and videographer Sunita Menon (left) give us their first-hand account of the Syrian refugee crisis unfolding in Jordan



  • Published 14:57 September 14, 2012

    Eyes tell story of trauma

    Children in Mafraq refugee camp share horrific experiences in Syria Read more...

    Posted by By Sunita Menon, Videographer and Rania Moussly, Staff Reporter

  • Published 5:15 September 14, 2012

    Delivering you fresh entertainment...

    Today we witnessed a new life being born in the UAE-Field Hosptial; baby Fatima was born to Kifah, a Syrian refugee who fled her home town of Hasakeh five months pregnant four months ago. Read more...

    Posted by By Rania Moussly, Staff Reporter and Sunita Menon, Videographer

  • Published 5:13 September 14, 2012

    On an emotional roller coaster

    Rania, was on an emotional roller coaster today, she got all teary eyed while interviewing a Syrian refugee mother whose 4-year-old boy lay on the hospital bed with a fractured leg. Read more...

    Posted by By Sunita Menon, Videographer and Rania Moussly, Staff Reporter

  • Published 21:05 September 12, 2012

    The reporter's dilemma

    On our second day we accompanied the UAE Rescue Mission on their visits to refugee neighbourhoods in the hamlet of Mafraq. Read more...

    Posted by By Sunita Menon, Videographer, and Rania Moussly, Staff Reporter

  • Published 19:55 September 12, 2012

    Inside the Zaatari refugee camp...

    Today we finally made it into the Zaatari camp in Mafraq, which is 20km from the Syrian border, now filled with more than 25,000 refugees. Read more...

    Posted by By Rania Moussly, Staff Reporter and Sunita Menon, Videographer

  • Published 9:28 September 12, 2012

    The road to Mafraq…

    On the way to Mafraq

    It is our first day in Jordan covering the Syrian refugee crisis and we got a glimpse of the humanitarian crisis that field doctors are saying is the worst they have ever seen. Read more...

    Posted by Rania Moussly and Sunita Menon, Gulf News