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Thousands of employees of the U.N. agency for Palestinian refugees went on strike in Jordan Sunday, shutting schools and health centers that provide services for more than 2 million people.It has brought to a standstill work at UNRWA schools, clinics and centers providing social welfare to refugees across Jordan, Mshamsha added.More than 2 million Palestinians are registered as refugees with UNRWA in Jordan.The agency runs 169 schools in the kingdom, where some 120,000 students are enrolled, as well as a faculty of science and educational arts, 25 primary health care centers and other services.
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