Inside a Syrian refugee 'village' in Lebanon


As the violence continues within Syria, more than half a million people have now fled the conflict to neighbouring countries.

The UN Refugee Agency has warned that many of the refugees are very young or very old, and ill-equipped to cope with a cold, wet winter.

Fergal Keane reports from a village where Syrian refugees are trying to live and survive, in Lebanon's Bekaa valley.

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