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The United Nations refugee agency hopes the Lebanese Foreign Ministry will quickly reverse a decision to freeze residency applications the agency has submitted for its staff, its spokesman said Tuesday.Syrian refugees now account for around a quarter of the population of Lebanon – around 1 million are registered with the U.N. The U.N. says it's not yet safe for them to return.A conference on Syria hosted by the European Union and co-chaired by the U.N. in April said conditions remained unsafe.
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