A woman holds her child as she shops for children's clothing at Sidon's White Friday market, on July 28, 2018. (The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari)
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A charity market displayed over 10,000 pieces of free clothing for needy families Friday inside Sidon's municipality building.The municipality's hall soon packed with women and children from Lebanese, Syrian and Palestinian families looking through the garments stretched out on tables and stands.Zahar also prided herself in helping other kids pick their clothes.Em Ayman said all of their four kids were born in Lebanon and the family was awaiting their imminent return to Syria.
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