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“As budget shortfalls continue to plague UN relief agencies, the colder weather brings with it further challenges for the millions of Syrian refugees who have fled the war zones in Syria. While some refugee camps inside Syria and Iraq are being equipped with emergency winter kits, including heating stoves, blankets, mattresses and warm clothing, many more are left without.”
CCTV: “Syrian refugees struggle to cope with winter’s chill”
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