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Syrians in Morocco and Algeria: Life and Investments

Syrians in Morocco and Algeria: Life and Investments

(Eqtsad)- The harsh reality of war has scattered Syrians throughout the globe in a desperate search for safety and stability that have been missing in Syria for years. Morocco was one of the countries that took in Syrians since the very beginning, as approximately 3,500 Syrians have...

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500 Syria refugees begin returning home from Lebanon

500 Syria refugees begin returning home from Lebanon

  Around 500 Syrian refugees left southern Lebanon on Wednesday under an agreement between authorities in Beirut and Damascus that provides for their return to their home country, AFP's correspondent said. The UN's refugee agency said it was aware of the returns but was not...

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Syrian refugee children abandoned by Lebanese medical facilities

Syrian refugee children abandoned by Lebanese medical facilities

(Eqtsad)- A large number of children in Syria and Lebanon, the border areas between Syria and Lebanon as well as the nearby areas reaching the coast city Tartus in Syria and all of the north Lebanon region, have been exhibiting odd symptoms for weeks. These symptoms were: severe diarrhea,...

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WUSC Launches Student Refugee Program in Lebanon, Jordan

WUSC Launches Student Refugee Program in Lebanon, Jordan

 (Zaman Al Wasl)- World University Service of Canada (WUSC) has unveiled the Student Refugee program which will enable Syrian refugees in Lebanon and Jordan to continue their university education in Canada. The program offers the opportunity for 100 students each year to continue...

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UN body to start new plan for Syrian refugees in Turkey

UN body to start new plan for Syrian refugees in Turkey

The UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) will launch on Tuesday a new two-year plan for Syrian refugees in Turkey, according to a top FAO official. The Syria Refugee Resilience Plan aims to improve food security, strengthen livelihoods and enhance the resilience of Syrian refugees...

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Turkish aid agency helps Syrian refugees in Lebanon

Turkish aid agency helps Syrian refugees in Lebanon

The Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TIKA) on Monday said it provided food and blankets to 210 Syrian families in Lebanon. According to a statement by TIKA, the families in Harisa region, north of Beirut, were given about 7.5 tons of food and 420 blankets. The...

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No more free dialysis for Syrian refugees in Jordan amid lack of fund

No more free dialysis for Syrian refugees in Jordan amid lack of fund

(Zaman Al Wasl)- Syrian refugee patients with kidney failure in Jordan have been suffering from the cost of dialysis as donor countries neglects such torment. The patients were told on Friday that their free treatment which funded by the Qatari Red Crescent is no more availabe,...

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Around 1,000 Refugees to Return to Syria from Lebanon

Around 1,000 Refugees to Return to Syria from Lebanon

Lebanon's General Security agency is expected to implement Saturday an agreement reached with Damascus on returning around 1,000 displaced Syrians from Lebanon's Shebaa region to their hometowns inside Syria, a media report said. “Their hometowns which lie on Mount Hermon's eastern...

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Around 600 refugees in Hasbaya set to return to Syria

Around 600 refugees in Hasbaya set to return to Syria

Around 600 Syrian refugees living in the Hasbaya towns of Shebaa and al-Arqoub have decided to start going back to Syria Saturday, the National News Agency reported Friday.

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Refugee child wins first place in mental mathematics competition in Malaysia

Refugee child wins first place in mental mathematics competition in Malaysia

(Zaman Al Wasl)- Syrian child Nour Laith Ibrahim won the first place in an international mental mathematics competition held in Malaysia's Kuala Lumpur, her mother told Zaman al-Wasl on Tuesday. The 12-year-old girl was able to solve 235 questions in 8 minutes, according to her...

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Les taux de divorce augmentent parmi les réfugiés syriens dans l'UE

Les taux de divorce augmentent parmi les réfugiés syriens dans l'UE

En Europe, les réfugiés Syriens ont cherché les moyens appropriés de se séparer de leurs partenaires de vie, comment ils devraient aller rapidement pour obtenir leur «liberté» et continuer à raconter des histoires de divorces étranges et diverses. Les temps, tels que la demande de...

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Syrian refugees trying to cross to Greece ‘beaten by batons’

Syrian refugees trying to cross to Greece ‘beaten by batons’

Syrian migrants trying to cross from Turkey to Greece are being beaten by Turkish coastguards, it was claimed yesterday. A Syrian couple with the first names Aladdin and Bushra filmed the moment their dinghy was stopped at night. Children and women could be heard screaming as they...

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Over 270 undocumented migrants held in NW Turkey

Over 270 undocumented migrants held in NW Turkey

At least 278 undocumented migrants have been held in northwestern Turkey, a security source said Monday. The migrants were nabbed during a gendarmerie patrol in Orhaniye, Bosnakoy, Ipsala and Meric districts of Edirne province, said the source, who spoke on condition of anonymity due to...

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Syrian refugee sets himself on fire at a Greek migrant camp

Syrian refugee sets himself on fire at a Greek migrant camp

ATHENS (Reuters) - A 26-year old Syrian man set himself on fire at a refugee camp on the Greek island of Lesbos on Thursday, in one of the most serious incidents involving stranded migrants in many months. The man was slightly burned and was treated at a local hospital, an official...

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Erdogan says will ask EU for rest of 3 bln euro aid for Syrian refugees

Erdogan says will ask EU for rest of 3 bln euro aid for Syrian refugees

Turkey will ask the European Union about the remainder of 3 billion euro ($3.69 billion) funding granted for Syrian refugees living in Turkey during the meeting in the Bulgarian city of Varna next week, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Monday. Speaking in Ankara, Erdogan said...

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Nearly 400 undocumented migrants held in Turkey

Nearly 400 undocumented migrants held in Turkey

At least 397 undocumented migrants, including women and children, were held in south and eastern Turkey, security sources said Sunday. Turkish Coast Guards detained 165 Syrians traveling in a boat in the Mediterranean Sea, said the sources who refused to be named due to restrictions on...

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Syrians to far-right German politician: We pay for our own coffee

Syrians to far-right German politician: We pay for our own coffee

BERLIN (Reuters)- Syrians in Germany, angered by a far-right politician's statement that their coffee was paid for by German taxpayers, responded on social media with the hashtag "I pay for my coffee", tagging the politician, who recently visited Syria. Last week, seven members of the...

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Germany charges Syrian asylum seeker over bombing plot

Germany charges Syrian asylum seeker over bombing plot

German prosecutors said Thursday they had charged a 20-year-old Syrian asylum seeker with preparing a bomb attack in Germany aimed at killing at least 200 people. The man, identified only as Yamen A., is suspected of having planned and started to prepare an militant attack involving...

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