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Syrian Arab Republic calls Republic of Korea’s positivity “unbelievable”

By Tamara Raats

Republic of Korea wanted to reflect on the success that has already been reached so far in terms of providing humanitarian aid to Syrian refugees. 69 more words


Hosting refugees gains minimal enthusiasm from HRC delegations

By Sakari Nuuttila

The Moroccan delegation motioned for a moderated caucus to discuss countries’ willingness to host Syrian refugees. The motion for hosting refugees received mixed responses from delegations. 168 more words


CRS, Good Shepherd Sisters help Syrian refugees in Lebanon

The Bekaa Valley in Lebanon lies near the border with Syria. It was once a part of the Roman Empire. Today, this valley is one of the escape routes for Syrians fleeing the brutal civil war in their country. 6 more words

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Paraguay: Iraqis and Syrians using fake Israeli passports caught entering the country

Because refugee problems are now cropping up in South America we have recently added a category for that continent, see previous stories hereHere… 313 more words


UNHCR putting pressure on US to take in more Syrians; security concerns still the hold-up

There is nothing much new in here that we haven’t already reported, but I want readers to know that the UN is agitating for us to get moving on allowing in what will amount to be… 738 more words

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Canada pledges $130M for education abroad, help for Syrian refugees

WASHINGTON – The Canadian government has promised $130 million for child-education projects abroad, including help for young refugees displaced by the Syrian crisis.

The contribution stems from different announcements made during the annual spring financial meetings in Washington. 486 more words


Spain: illegal migrant numbers increase; Syrians lead the pack with phony documents

Next in our little tour around the world is Europe (see Australia and South Africa) where the ‘Invasion of Europe’ continues apace because the EU does not have the backbone that the Australian government has at the moment. 240 more words

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