File - Syrian refugee children play near a refugee camp made of abandoned buildings and tents in the village of Alman in the Chouf, Thursday, June 20, 2013. (The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari)
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Almost 13,000 Syrians approached the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees this week, bringing the number of refugees registered or awaiting registration to 890,000, according to the latest figures.About 165 refugees received legal counseling from the International Relief and Development this week, including legal advice about passport renewal, birth and marriage registration, gender-based violence, illegal entry, assault charges and labor laws.Over 508,000 refugees had their food e-cards reloaded by the World Food Program this month and about 11,700 newly arrived refugees were given food parcels.
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