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Syrian refugees complain about lack of aid

Many countries have been criticised for not doing enough to help at least 2 million Syrians driven from their homes.

Last Modified: 02 Oct 2013 18:00
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Seventeen countries have agreed to take in refugees escaping the civil war in Syria.

In total, 10,000 Syrians will be offered the right to resettle in countries including the United States, France and Australia next year.

Many countries have been criticised for not doing enough to help at least 2m people who have been forced to leave their homes in Syria.

Al Jazeera's Zeina Khodr reports from a refugee camp in Bekaa Valley, Lebanon.

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