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· October, 2007

Stories about Refugees from October, 2007

Touring Libyan Blogs: October 26 -The Black Day and the Security Council

Why is October 26 called "Day of Mourning" or "Black Day" in Libya and how is it commemorated? Libyan bloggers tell us more about the occasion in this post by...

Egypt: Iraqi Prostitutes in Syria

Egyptian blogger Hatshepsut links to an article which discusses the plight of Iraqi refugee women in Syria, who have turned to prostitution to support their families and children.

Lebanon: Amnesty on Palestinian rights

“Amnesty International has published a damming report on the rights of Palestinian refugees (or lack of) in Lebanon,” writes Sursock, who posted parts of the report.

Bahrain: Iraqi Refugees Shedding Off Sectarian Violence

Bahraini blogger Dawood writes that Iraqi refugees in Syria and Jordan are ‘shedding off’ sectarian violence.

Bangladesh: Geneva Camp in Dhaka

imperfect world 2007 on people living in Geneva Camp in Dhaka, people waiting to be repatriated to Pakistan after the creation of Bangaldesh in 1971.

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