A Syrian worker harvests potatoes in in south Lebanon.. (The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari)
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A number of Syrian refugee women in Sidon have complained to officials at humanitarian organizations of repeated harassment from landowners.In response to the reports, a delegation including representatives from the Union of Relief Organizations in Sidon, local non-governmental organizations and other international agencies aiding Syrian refugees, visited Anwar Daou, governor of south Lebanon, and handed him a report on the situation of refugees in Sidon and the surrounding area.The groups discussed the needs of Syrian refugees and obstacles to relief work in the city, while the governor presented a statistical report on the numbers of Syrian refugees. Only half of the Syrian refugees in the south now live in Sidon, accounting for no more than 4,862 families, according to statistics gathered by the Union of Relief Organizations in Sidon.
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