December 30, 2013
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The municipalities of Lebanese towns are imposing new measures upon the massive arrival of Syrian refugees to their localities. The winter is coming and towns like Jezzine, a major Christian town one hour south of Beirut, has imposed a night curfew to the Syrian people. Around 2.000 Syrians are living now in this little town of no more than 5.000 inhabitants and the municipality council has imposed this and other measures to control the presence of Syrian people. The curfew is in a growing number of Lebanese towns are imposing it to Syrian refugees.
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