UN cuts financial help to Syrian workers in Lebanon

Syrian refugees with the legal right to work in Lebanon will soon lose financial aid from the United Nations. It's part of an agreement between the Lebanese government and the UNHCR, but some aid groups have warned that it could encourage joblessness.

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    Syrian refugees with the legal right to work in Lebanon will soon lose financial assistance from the United Nations.

    It's part of an agreement between the Lebanese government and the UN's refugee agency, but some aid groups have warned it could encourage joblessness.

    Al Jazeera's Imtiaz Tyab reports from Beirut.


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