Syrian refugee girls sing patriotic songs during an event marking the third anniversary of the Syrian conflict, at Zaatari refugee camp, near the Syrian border, in Mafraq, Jordan, Thursday, March 13, 2014. (AP Photo/Mohammad Hannon)
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Syrian refugees in a sprawling desert camp in Jordan fear that President Bashar Assad's likely reelection this year will leave their dream of a return home as distant as ever.As Syria's war entered its fourth year this weekend, many of the some 100,000 refugees in Zaatari camp see no end in sight to their misery.For the refugees in the densely populated, 7-square-kilometer camp in northern Jordan near the border with Syria, the U.N.-brokered peace negotiations have made no difference.Jordan is home to over 500,000 refugees.An Oxfam survey found last week that more than 65 percent of 1,015 refugees questioned in three regions of Jordan fear they will never be able to go home.
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