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Lebanon refuses designated Syrian camps

Lebanon hosts about 450,000 Syrian refugees, but there is no system in place to deal with them.

Last Modified: 03 May 2013 12:58
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Lebanon hosts about 450,000 Syrian refugees who fled the conflict in their country.

But unlike in Jordan or Turkey, the government in Beirut has not created a system to deal with them.

As their numbers grow, however, the authorities are forced to rethink its policy.

Al Jazeera’s Hoda Abdel-Hamid reports from northern Lebanon.

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