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Raw: Anti-war Protesters Disrupt Senate Hearing
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UN Chiefs Visit Syrian Refugee Camp in Lebanon
The UN High Commissioner for Refugees António Guterres, and the head of the UN Development Programme (UNDP) Helen Clark visited a camp for Syrian refugees in Lebanon’s Bekaa Valley on September 16. The camp, at Deir el-Ahmar, has taken the largest share of the 1.4m refugees from Syria’s civil war, <a href="http://www.unhcr.org/54185e1d9.html" target="_blank">according to the UNHCR</a>.“The international community is not doing enough for Lebanon,” Guterres said, while visiting a refugee settlement. “The impact on the daily life of the Lebanese, on their salaries, on their rents, their school system, the health system, the infrastructure, water, electricity: all this requires massive solidarity from the international community and Lebanon has the right to ask the international community to share this burden.” Credit: YouTube/UNHCR
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Fiji Holds First Election in Eight Years
Fiji held its first democratic election on Wednesday, September 17, since the military coup, led by Frank Bainimarama, took power in 2006. Thousands of Fijians lined up at polling stations around the country as good voter turnouts were recorded, according to a spokesperson for the Fiji Ministry of Information.International observers oversaw the vote, in which Voreqe Bainimarama, was generally described as the most popular of the seven contesting the election. Credit: YouTube/minfofiji