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Sikh Charity Langar Aid Helps Refugees in Iraq and Syria

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A Sikh charity is setting up bakeries to feed thousands of hungry refugees in the war-torn regions surrounding Syria and Iraq. Langar Aid ““ an extension of the UK-based NGO Khalsa Aid, has provided free bread and water to those fleeing the conflicts from a base in northern Iraq since the start of the year. It set up a bakery in the Pesh Harbour area around 35 km from the Kurdish city of Duhok and 10 kms from the Syrian border, which continues to operate today. Khalsa Aid is a UK-based humanitarian relief agency.
(Extracted from sikhnet.com)