Craig Johnstone

Deputy High Commissioner at the United Nations Refugee Agency

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Craig Johnstone on KCRW

Before the Iraq invasion, there were predictions of a refugee crisis.  Now,  50,000 people a month  are streaming into Jordan and Syria amid warnings of  instability  in the region.  …

Conference on Iraq Refugees Warns of Humanitarian Crisis

Before the Iraq invasion, there were predictions of a refugee crisis.  Now, 50,000 people a month are streaming into Jordan and Syria amid warnings of instability in the region.  …

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