Lebanon: Winter storm adds to Syrian refugees' suffering

At least 170,000 registered refugees are particularly vulnerable because they live in informal shelters.

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    A severe winter storm hitting Lebanon is adding to the misery of Syrian refugees.

    At least 170,000 of the one million refugees registered with the UN are particularly vulnerable, living as they do in informal shelters.

     

    Al Jazeera's Zeina Khodr has more from one of the refugee camps in the Bekaa Valley.


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