Syrians in Beirut
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The Syrians in Beirut who are staying put

A quarter of people living in Lebanon are now refugees - many of them Syrians. Thousands have applied for asylum in the West, but many want to stay where they are.

The BBC's Lina Sinjab spoke to four Syrians in the Lebanese capital, Beirut, who have no intention of going further afield.

An artist, an actor, an aid worker and a singer tell of their experiences.

Produced by Mohamed Madi

  • 18 Apr 2016
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