Syria's humanitarian crisis: Refugees react to relief promises

More than five million Syrians have fled the horrors at home and are registered as refugees. More than a million of those refugees fled to neighbouring Lebanon, where some are increasingly skeptical about promises to help.

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    More than five million Syrians have fled the horrors at home and are registered as refugees.

    More than a million of those refugees fled to neighbouring Lebanon, where some are increasingly skeptical about promises to help.

     

    Al Jazeera's Alan Fisher reports from Debo Refugee Camp in Lebanon’s Bekaa Valley


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