Syrian refugees: Lebanon's camp conditions worsen in the cold

The UN's refugee agency says it's not getting the money it needs to help Syrian refugees in Lebanon through another harsh winter.

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    The UN's refugee agency says it's not getting the money it needs to help Syrian refugees in Lebanon through another harsh winter.

    The UNHCR requested $228m in 2017, but received less than 60 percent of that and life in the camps are getting worse.

    Al Jazeera's Zeina Khodr reports from Bekaa valley, Lebanon.


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