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No international aid for Syrian refugees in Lebanon

International humanitarian actors halted operations in n the eastern Lebanese town of Arsal due to security reasons. There are more than 1.1 million Syrian refugees in Lebanon, which has just four million citizens.

No international aid for Syrian refugees in Lebanon
A volunteer from a Lebanese non-governmental organisation, one of three currently operating relief groups in the eastern Lebanese town of Arsal after international humanitarian actors halted operations in the border town due to security reasons, distributes bread to Syrian refugees in Al-Amaan camp on October 25, 2014. There are more than 1.1 million Syrian refugees in Lebanon, which has just four million citizens. (AFP/Getty Images)
No international aid for Syrian refugees in Lebanon
A volunteer from a Qatari non-governmental organisation, one of three currently operating relief groups in the eastern Lebanese town of Arsal after international humanitarian actors halted operations in the border town due to security reasons, distributes a ration ticket to a Syrian refugee in Al-Masri refugee camp on October 25, 2014. There are more than 1.1 million Syrian refugees in Lebanon, which has just four million citizens. (AFP/Getty Images)
No international aid for Syrian refugees in Lebanon
A Qatari non-governmental organisation, one of three currently operating relief groups in the eastern Lebanese town of Arsal after international humanitarian actors halted operations in the border town due to security reasons, distributes boxes of aid to Syrian refugees in Al-Masri refugee camp on October 25, 2014. There are more than 1.1 million Syrian refugees in Lebanon, which has just four million citizens. (AFP/Getty Images)
No international aid for Syrian refugees in Lebanon
A volunteer from a Lebanese non-governmental organisation, one of three currently operating relief groups in the eastern Lebanese town of Arsal after international humanitarian actors halted operations in the border town due to security reasons, distributes bread to Syrian refugees in Al-Amaan camp on October 25, 2014. There are more than 1.1 million Syrian refugees in Lebanon, which has just four million citizens. (AFP/Getty Images)
No international aid for Syrian refugees in Lebanon
A general view taken on October 25, 2014 shows Bunia refugee camp in the eastern Lebanese town of Arsal on the border with Syria that was reportedly burnt down for the second time in September as Lebanese troops raided the camp in search for armed militants. Tensions have been running high in Arsal since an incursion into the eastern Lebanese town on the border with Syria by jihadists. (AFP/Getty Images)
No international aid for Syrian refugees in Lebanon
Syrian refugee children attend the Bunia Mustaqbal school in Lebanon's eastern town of Arsal, on the border with Syria, for the first time on October 25, 2014, following its inauguration ealier in the year after receiving funding by private Muslim donors. Most of the students have to catch up on at least two years of missed schooling due to the war in Syria. The school is built adjacent to a refugee camp housing its 30 volunteer teachers. (AFP/Getty Images)
No international aid for Syrian refugees in Lebanon
Volunteer from a Lebanese non-governmental organisation, one of three currently operating relief groups in the eastern Lebanese town of Arsal after international humanitarian actors halted operations in the border town due to security reasons, distribute food to Syrian refugees in Al-Amaan camp on October 25, 2014. There are more than 1.1 million Syrian refugees in Lebanon, which has just four million citizens. (AFP/Getty Images)