Daesh cell discovered in Jordan
Syrian refugees cross the border from Syria into Jordan, near Mafraq. (AFP/File)
According to Roya News, Jordanian authorities have discovered a Daesh cell in Mafraq, Jordan.
The investigation is ongoing. As of now six Syrians stand accused of working directly with Daesh.
The city of Mafraq, which is located in the northern part of Jordan, is also home to Zaatari refugee camp, which hosts more than 83,000 Syrian refugees.
In fact, a recent surveyed showed that Syrians make up 88 percent of Mafraq's total population.
Since the onset of the Syrian crisis four years ago, approximately 806,993 Syrians have fled to Jordan.
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