Lebanon economic crisis worsens Syrian refugees' plight

Winter has been hard for hundreds of thousands of displaced, but this year’s economic crisis in their host country is increasing the struggle.

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    Life is becoming even more difficult for Syrian refugees living in Lebanon.

    Winter has always taken its toll on the hundreds of thousands forced to live in camps near the border.

    But this year the economic crisis in their host country is increasing the struggle for parents to be able to feed their children or send them to school.

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


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