HELSINKI (AP) — In a story Jan. 24, The Associated Press reported that the U.N. refugee agency was seeking $4.63 billion in new funding to assist Syrian refugees. The story should have made clear that various U.N. agencies, not just the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, are appealing for the funds.
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