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    African Refugees’ Home Away from Home in Egypt

    Over the course of the past five years, the international community has turned its attention to the Syrian refugee crisis, which has been escalating until it reached its peak in 2015. In the meantime, however, the African war-torn countries have neither come any closer to peaceful resolutions, nor have...
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    Syrian Refugees Exploited by Lebanon’s New Residency Laws

    In a bid to reduce the number of Syrians across Lebanon, the Council of Ministers passed new residency rules that impose new regulations on refugees. The new regulations require all refugees residing in Lebanon, regardless of whether they have previously been registered with the United Nations High Commissioner for...
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    Unemployed Syrian Refugees in Lebanon and Jordan: A Case of Adding Salt to the Wound

    By Alexander Liddington-Cox Ninety percent of Syrian refugees in Lebanon and Jordan are living in poverty, according to a new report, but their employment rights are limited because their host nations already have poverty rates that are too high. However, Jordan has taken active steps in collaboration with the...