Syrian refugees are seen in Ain Baal village, near Tyre in southern Lebanon, November 27, 2017. Picture taken November 27, 2017. REUTERS/Ali Hashisho
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Over 300 Syrian refugees that have been evicted from a camp in east Lebanon's Zahle are expected to move to a new camp in the coming days, the United Nations' refugee agency said Tuesday."The shelter team has technically assessed the proposed site," Zapater said, corroborating that works will begin Wednesday.He said that the land was selected by the families through the shaweesh, the person responsible for the camp.The location was comprised of some 67 tents, with 323 individuals from 74 families affected by the move.In the statement, Merehbi added that the shaweesh preferred that the refugees move to the land only after all preparations at the site had been completed.
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