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Two Syrians detained for fraud in n. Lebanon

Syrian children play in front of a refugee center in the northern Akkar region of Mashta Hammoud, Lebanon, Tuesday, Dec. 20, 2011. (Rakan al-Fakih/The Daily Star)

This article was amended on Wednesday, May 21 2014

Upon the  request of Save the Children, this article was amended on Wednesday May 21, 2014 to clarify that the two arrested men are in no way coonected to Save the Children staff or beneficiaries and have no connection whatsoever with the organisation.

According to the organization, the two  were arrested because they were posing as Save the Children International staff and the appropriate authorities were notified.





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