File - Arsal outskirts on the northeast Lebanese border with Syria.
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Several Syrian refugee families Saturday departed Lebanon at dawn to the Asal al-Ward area in northeast of Damascus along the Syrian–Lebanese border, the Lebanese Army announced in a statement.Local media reported that the convoy comprised of 50 Syrian families.The Lebanese government estimates that around 1.5 million Syrian refugees live in unofficial camps around the country in deteriorating economic conditions – which Lebanon was already suffering prior to the refugee crisis.
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