A man stands amidst rubble at a damaged site hit by what activists said was an air strike by forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar Assad in the al-Katerji district in Aleppo June 3, 2014. REUTERS/Mahmoud Hebbo
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World Bank chief Jim Yong Kim said on Wednesday international support for Jordan and Lebanon to help them cope with hosting more than 1.6 million Syrian refugees was "disappointing".Lebanon is home to more than a million refugees, while around 600,000 have fled to Jordan, and Turkey hosts another 700,000 .Kim, on a regional visit, said on Monday in the Saudi city of Jeddah that the conflict in Syria has cost Lebanon $7.5 billion (5.5 billion euros).Earlier, Kim, who met Jordan's King Abdullah II and Prime Minister Abdullah Nsur, visited the northern seven-square-kilometre (2.8-square-mile) Zaatari refugee camp, home to around 100,000 Syrians.
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