مجلس الوزراء يتراجع عن قرار إلغاء رواتب محتجزي رفحاء

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Iraqis display a banner inside the Rafha refugee camp in Saudi Arabia, just 10 kilometres (6 miles) from the Iraqi border, 26 April, 2003. Five thousand Iraqis, stranded in Saudi Arabia since the 1991 Gulf war will soon be going home, a UN official said 27 April, but the refugees are holding out for "appropriate assistance" before finally leaving their desert outpost. The camp, 20 kilometres (12 miles) north of the town of Rafha, was initially set up for more than 33,000 Iraqis who fled the crushing of the rebellion. Over the years, 25,000 have been resettled as refugees, mostly in Europe, the United States and Australia. About 3,300 of the refugees returned to Iraq while some 5200, including 110 Afghans, remained in the camp unable to find a host country. About one-third of the camp's population are unmarried single men, most in their late 30s and early 40s. (Photo by BILAL QABALAN / AFP)

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