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City Homs: Mohsin and Lebanese Authorities

city homs: On Tuesday, Mohsin, 39, was preparing to break down his camp again, after an order came from the security services to move once more, according to The Chronicle Herald. Even as donor nations raise money for Syria's neighbours to host refugees of the country's civil war, a leading international rights group and the U.N.'s refugee agency say Lebanese authorities are evicting refugees from towns and camps in the country on questionable legal grounds. The message was clear, he said they were not wanted. Mohsin, from Syria's third largest city Homs, said on the second order to move he went to a local official to ask for help. Neither the local official nor the military could be reached for comment. He said, go back to Syria, said Mohsin. ( As reported in the news.