UN agencies appeal for funds for Syrian refugees to avoid cuts | News | Al Jazeera

UN agencies appeal for funds for Syrian refugees to avoid cuts

The war in Syria has created the world's largest refugee crisis and the international community has funded less than one-third of the $5.6bn required to support them.

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    UN agencies have warned they will have to curtail services for Syrian refugees in neighbouring countries unless there is a significant funding boost.

    Seven years of war in Syria has created the world's largest refugee crisis. More than five million Syrians are living away from their homes - mostly in Turkey, Jordan and Lebanon.

    Al Jazeera's Zeina Khodr reports from Beirut.


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