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More than half of Syrian refugees in Lebanon now live in extreme poverty, and over three quarters are living below the poverty line, according to the findings of a major UN study.
Life-saving treatment for 97 Syrians living in Lebanon could end unless extra funds are found, with most refugees simply unable to cover the costs.
Vital cash aid to 200,000 refugee families in the region due to expire from May, as donors gather in Brussels on 24-25 April to address funding needs for Syria.