Village where one in four are refugees
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The Lebanese village where almost one in four are refugees

The Lebanese village of Ketermaya is home to 20,000 people and nearly a quarter of them are Syrian refugees.

That is more people than the UK has agreed to take in a year.

It has put huge pressures on the social services and labour markets.

Clive Myrie reports.

  • 03 Feb 2016
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