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People: J. van Ketwich
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REFUGEES IN NEW DANGER

Red Cross Mission soon to end

BEIRUT.

About 310 000 Palestine refugees in the Lebanon, Syria and Jordan will be without any relief agency to take adequate care of them after March 31, stated Mr. H. P. J. van Ketwich Verschuurs commissioner of the League of Red Cross Societies for the Middle East, at a Press conference in Beirut.

About the only agency to care for the refugees after the Red Cross Mission ends will be the Papal Mission for Palestine. It does not seem probable, Mr. van Ketwich said, that this agency can by itself feed 310.000 refugees.




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