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Lebanon is no longer capable of supporting the growing burden of Syrian refugees, President Michel Aoun said Tuesday.During a recent Cabinet session at Baabda Palace, Hezbollah ministers and their allies called for direct talks with the Syrian government to coordinate the refugees' return.However, United Nations representatives in Lebanon said it was still too early for large numbers of refugees to return to Syria, in light of recent developments in Lebanon and in the region.
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