Anti-Syrian refugee sentiment rises in Lebanon

Lebanese authorities have ordered the demolition of anything in refugee camps that could be a permanent home.

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    Anti-Syrian refugee sentiment is on the rise in Lebanon.

    The country has the highest number of refugees per capita and many blame their presence for its economic crisis.

    Rights groups say the government is now pressuring Syrians to return home by making it harder to stay.

    Al Jazeera's Zeina Khodr reports from north-eastern Lebanon.


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