Catholic aid workers find Syrian refugees are in dark about the future

Muhammad Hamed | Catholic News Service
BEIRUT -- Refugees from Syria are in "complete darkness" about their future, said an official with Caritas Lebanon. Father Simon Faddoul, president of Caritas Lebanon, which has been working with Syrian refugees in Lebanon for 14 months, said there was a large influx of people during the last week of July as more than 20,000 refugees fled violence in Damascus and Homs.

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