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Syrian refugees find peace in Lebanese town

Local people in town of Arsal give helping hand to about 1,800 Syrian families who have fled violence.
Last Modified: 28 Dec 2012 17:24

Refugees from Syria continue to flood into neighbouring countries like Jordan, Turkey and Lebanon to escape the violence.

The United Nations estimates there are more than 126,000 registered Syrian refugees in Lebanon with harrowing stories of escape.

There are at least 1,800 Syrian families in the Lebanese town of Arsal, and the local people are doing their best to accommodate them.

Al Jazeera's Mohammed Vall reports from Arsal.

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