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Syrian Refugees Find Themselves in Deep Debt

U.N. agencies have had to reduce aid to Syrian refugees in Lebanon and those who get no food assistance say they are falling into deep debt.   With Syrians continuing to flood into Lebanon, U.N. agencies were hard-pressed to provide food assistance to refugees for most of last year.  Twenty percent of registered refugees had their food aid cut off at the end of 2013 as the aid agencies decided they had to make tough choices.   Forty-year-old Um-Odai, who fled the Syrian...

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