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"Almost half of all Syrians have now been forced to abandon their homes and flee for their lives”—that’s according to the office of the United Nation’s High Commissioner for Refugees,…

Syrian Refugees Top 3 Million

"Almost half of all Syrians have now been forced to abandon their homes and flee for their lives”—that’s according to the office of the United Nation’s High Commissioner for Refugees,…

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