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Students started to return to school and trash collection resumed in the Palestinian refugee camp of Ain al-Hilweh Monday, after UNRWA had stalled services amid security fears over a killing inside the camp more than a week ago.The source said that only about 50 percent of students attended class Monday, as some parents were still reluctant to send their children. Trash piled up in the streets as UNRWA suspended collection. Schools closed as students entered only their third week of classes.
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