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July 30, 2011

The Daily Star - U.N. delegation visits Ain al-Hilweh refugee camp - July 30, 2011

SIDON: A former South African minister led a United Nations delegation that toured the Palestinian refugee camp of Ain al-Hilweh Friday, observing the plight of the camp’s refugees.
Former South African Minister Ronnie Kasrils headed a U.N. delegation with members from 17 European, African and Asian countries on a tour of the refugee camp.
During the tour, Kasrils was received by representatives of various Palestinian factions and popular committees and affirmed his support for the Palestinian cause in the name of all the U.N. delegates visiting the country.
The U.N. delegation was also joined by a group of 50 Palestinian young people, organized by the Aidoun group in the Bekaa, carrying Palestinian flags and posters calling for the right of return.

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