Another fire devastates Syrian refugee camp in Lebanon

A blaze at the Tal Sarhoun refugee camp in Lebanon's eastern Bekaa Valley highlights the poor conditions of such encampments. It is the second fire to hit a Syrian refugee camp in the area in three days.

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    A blaze at the Tal Sarhoun refugee camp in Lebanon's eastern Bekaa Valley highlights the poor conditions of such encampments.

    It is the second fire to hit a Syrian refugee camp in the area in three days.

    One girl has died and four other people have suffered burns.

    Al Jazeera’s Imtiaz Tyab reports from Bekaa Valley.


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