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Violence among the young fed by triads (and family)
麥誠軒:從優秀至卓越--推動澳門IT發展
“明智”之舉

Rawad Kurdi is among several thousand Syrians making an emotional journey home from Lebanon, where they sought safety from the war that has ravaged their native country since 2011. Worn down by tough economic conditions in Lebanon and seeing regime victories back home as bringing stability, Syrian refugee families have taken advantage of return trips coordinated by Lebanese and Syrian authorities.

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