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Nearly 500,000 Palestinian refugees affected by campaign targeting 1.5 million displaced Syrians
"Now, there's nothing left," said Dima al-Kanj about her home.
"We kept getting uprooted, so we were cut off from doctors," said Abdelaziz, whose family was smuggled out of Raqqa city some three years ago.
"There are a number of families ... military operations are paused now for their evacuation," Mustafa Bali, head of the SDF media office, told Reuters.
Shaar's project "Soufra," which means a table laden with food, drew the attention of the Hollywood star social activist Susan Sarandon.
Political instability is one among several issues afflicting the lives of Shuafat residents.
By CASSANDRA GOMES-HOCHBERG
Mohammed, who has renounced her family name al-Qunun, gave a public statement in Toronto on Tuesday that was read on her behalf in English by a settlement worker.
Relations between Ottawa and Riyadh have been tense after Canada demanded the immediate release of jailed rights activists last year.
More than a million Syrians are stuck in destitute conditions in Lebanon.
Tesfatsion, the former partner of Tsegai's mother, was the chief suspect in the case since the girl's grisly murder.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Yes series 'Asylum City,' set in south Tel Aviv, brought drama and suspense to headline events.
By AMY SPIRO
Was the persecution of Jews in Europe “their own fault”? Some 65% of Americans said the Jews were partly or entirely to blame. (April 1938)
By RAFAEL MEDOFF
By ERIC SCHWARTZ
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