Nearly one in five people living in Lebanon today is a refugee from Syria’s deadly civil war. The U.N. expects the two million displaced people (nearly half of them are children) from Syria to swell to four million by the end of 2014. We traveled the streets of Beirut to uncover the strain on resources and families.
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Micah Garen & Marie-Hélène Carleton | Four Corners Media
Published on VanityFair.com
December 20, 2013