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Michel Aoun: Lebanon and Arab League

michel aoun: He specified rising unemployment among the Lebanese, according to Metro News. At least 1 million registered Syrian refugees live in Lebanon, almost 25 per cent of its population. Michel Aoun says the refugees' return to safe areas in Syria will put an end to their suffering and save Lebanon from negative repercussions. Many more are believed to live unregistered, straining the country's already fraying infrastructure. He says Lebanon doesn't want to force any returns, but appealed to international organizations not to frighten those who want to go home. Aoun spoke on Monday as he met diplomats from the Security Council countries, the European Union and the Arab League. ( As reported in the news.