Harsh winter takes deadly toll on Syrian refugees

Fifteen children have died in IDP camps in Syria as the freezing winter rages on.

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    Freezing weather is being blamed for the deaths of 15 children in camps for internally displaced people in Syria.

    The harsh weather is also affecting camps in neighbouring Lebanon, where hundreds of thousands of Syrian refugees live in makeshift tents.

     

    Al Jazeera's Zeina Khodr reports from Arsal, Lebanon, near the border with Syria.


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