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21 November 2012
With the escalating situation in Gaza, ongoing violence in Syria, economic and social unrest in Jordan and the West Bank, and continued hardship for Palestine refugees in Lebanon, UNRWA is once again facing multiple challenges in the region.
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21 November 2012
In the early evening of 4 November 2012, UNRWA teacher Dr. Rehab Awadallah , 45, and her niece lost their lives as they were walking down Al-Quds Street in Yarmouk refugee camp, near the capital Damascus. Rehab joined UNRWA in Amman in 2003 as a teacher at the Agency’s school for girls in Talbieh refugee camp, Jordan...
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16 November 2012
The unrest in Syria is growing, and has now engulfed large swathes of the country. Most of the 518,000 Palestine refugees in Syria are now directly caught up in the conflict.
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16 November 2012
In the Gaza Strip, civilians have been hit hard by conflict. UNRWA is there for them.
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13 November 2012
“75,000 shekels a year", recalled Abu Hatem. "That‘s how much money my family used to make selling 15 tonnes of grapes during the harvest season.” The amount is roughly equivalent to USD 20,000.
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