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A delegation from Lebanon's Dar al-Fatwa Wednesday visited Chaldean and Assyrian church authorities to express solidarity with Christians facing a bloody onslaught at the hands of jihadists in north Iraq, and offered assistance for refugees who fled the violence.The National News Agency said the team, led by the president of Dar al-Fatwa's association for humanitarian assistance, Riad Itani, visited the head of the Chaldean Church in Lebanon, Archbishop Michel Katerji, and Assyrian Bishop Yatroun Collina.
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