The suspected couple M.A. and B.K. (ISF)
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Internal Security Forces arrested a married couple accused of impersonating personnel from the United Nations' refugee agency to fraudulently offer migration services to Syrians and Palestinians in exchange for money, a statement by ISF reported Thursday.A 40-year-old Syrian man identified as M.A. confessed to making around $40,000 using a false identification card and committing fraud that targeted Syrian and Palestinian refugees, through coordinating with his wife B.K., a 41-year old Palestinian woman, the statement said.
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