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Cerebral Palsy deprives Sham from her childhood

Cerebral Palsy deprives Sham from her childhood

(Zaman Al Wasl)- In abandoned tent in Zaatari refugee Camp, Sham Morjan has being suffering from cerebral palsy since her birth. Sham, the little girl of 6 years, seems younger than her age after she stopped growing, talking and moving and practicing her childhood like her peers....

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Saraya Ahl al-Sham to pull out of Lebanon border enclave

Saraya Ahl al-Sham to pull out of Lebanon border enclave

Fighters from Saraya Ahl al-Sham, a Syrian rebel group, will start on Saturday to pull out of an enclave in Lebanon on the border with Syria along with some civilians, a senior Lebanese security official said on Friday. About 300 fighters, along with their families and some other...

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Jordan becomes first Arab nation to issue new work permits to Syrian refugees

Jordan becomes first Arab nation to issue new work permits to Syrian refugees

( The New Arab )- Jordan became the first Arab country to begin issuing a new type of work permit to Syrian refugees, the United Nations labour agency said on Wednesday. Work permits for refugees used to be tied to specific employers who applied on behalf of workers to fill specific positions,...

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Syrian refugees suffer lack of water in Kilis camp

Syrian refugees suffer lack of water in Kilis camp

(Zaman Al Wasl)- Syrian refugees in the Kilis 2 camp, adjacent to the Syrian border in the south of Turkey, suffer from serious problems in securing drinking water. The water is not being pumped into the caravans in which Syrian live, forcing several of them to dig near the main...

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