Syrian refugees in Lebanon fear they may never return home

Bashar al-Assad's government is planning to seize the property of any of the five million Syrian refugees who cannot prove ownership of their homes.

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    Millions of Syrians displaced by the war are at risk of losing their homes.

    New legislation allows the government to seize property if people cannot prove ownership.

    The Syrian opposition said it the government's attempt to shift the demographics in Syria in the loyalists' favour.

    Al Jazeera's Zeina Khodr has more from Lebanon's Bekaa Valley.


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