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February 24, 2012

The Daily Star - Charities distribute aid to 900 Syrian families, february, 24, 2012

BEIRUT: A group of charitable organizations said Thursday they had distributed food rations and baby formula to 900 Syrian refugee families in Akkar, on a day of solidarity with refugees from the ongoing Syrian conflict.
Zeid Mohammad Bakkar Zakariya, head of the Coalition of Charity Organizations to Aid Syrian Refugees in Lebanon said that according to the coalition’s statistics, there are some 3,000 families of Syrian refugees in Lebanon, or more than 15,000 people.
Zakariya said that 3,000 more food rations would be distributed in the coming days.

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