Tag Archives: Lebanon

Bring Me Your Huddled Masses

“Bring me your huddled masses,” from the Economist: Nine countries host most of the world’s refugees. None of them is wealthy. All border war zones, from Syria to South Sudan. The simplest way for rich countries to help the poor … Continue reading

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Syrian Refugees Struggle to Leave Lebanon

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Refugees in Lebanon

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Quotas Being Deliberated for Syrian Refugees

“Countries agree to Special Quotas for Syrian Refugees,” by Nick-Cumming Bruce for the New York Times: At least 15 countries have agreed to set up special quotas for fugitives fleeing Syria’s civil war, marking a shift in international thinking about … Continue reading

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Many Obstacles for Syrian Refugees in Europe

“No welcome mat for Syrians in Europe,” from IRIN: The human exodus from Syria started with a trickle in the latter half of 2011 that became a steady stream in 2012, and turned into a flood in 2013. The UN … Continue reading

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