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Uniqlo owner Fast Retailing plans to send money and clothing to Syrian refugees. The Japanese fashion conglomerate will donate a million dollars to aid the refugee population — which will go to shelter, food, water, sanitation needs, legal support and health care — as well as ship 100,000 pieces of Uniqlo Heat Tech thermals and Ultra Light Down outerwear to clothe youngsters aged three to 18. [Racked National]