On a dark desert highway

Leenders, Reinoud
October 1996
Middle East;Oct96, Issue 260, p40
Reports on Arab refugees in Amman, Jordan. Realities of the `New World Order'; Displacement following the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait; Conversation by an Iraqi family to a son in Florida; Escape from political violence and Sudan; Story of Daniel, the Syrian.


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