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Lebanese band Mashrou' Leila headlined an intimate charity concert in a private home Wednesday night in support of refugees – one of more than 300 similar concerts taking place across 60 countries on the same day.Each of the 300 concerts, including the one in Beirut, was held for a small audience in a private home – a set-up designed to broadcast a message of solidarity to those who have been forced from their own homes.Khuluki, who grew up in a family of musicians in Syria, has been in Lebanon for nearly five years with his band.Khuluki recalled that he had just $10 in his pocket when he arrived in Lebanon, but felt that music and his band went some way towards replacing the home he had to leave in Syria.
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