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Syrian refugees are seen inside the Domiz refugee camp in Iraqi-Kurdistan. The camp, run by the UNHCR and International Rescue Committee, is home to around 4,500 refugees who have fled from the ongoing Syrian civil war with up to 400 new inhabitants arriving every day.  Built on the site of a former Iraqi Army base that was bombed during the 2003 Coalition forces invasion of Iraq, the camp was cleared of cluster bombs and unexploded ordnance by the Mines Advisory Group (MAG), a demining NGO working in Iraqi-Kurdistan.