Leeds health authority is monitoring the health of 161 Kosovan refugees who flew into the city last week. HA and social services officials worked together on a programme of immediate checks when the group arrived, and a spokesperson said attention would continue to be paid to 'the possible emergence of traumatic conditions'. The refugees have been housed in two social services centres and temporarily registered with local GPs. Leeds HA said funding arrangements had to be clarified. 'We are acting for humanitarian reasons and will address the financial issues once their immediate needs have been met,' a spokesperson said.