A large fire had broken out in a camp in the Miniyeh region injuring some people. A source says the blaze could have been sparked by the harassment of a Syrian woman or due to unpaid Syrian worker wages.
The Red Cross says more than 100 tents were razed to the ground but the cause of the fire remains unknown.
Attacks took place as army raided two Syrian refugee camps. The raids stir up a storm among Syrian activists as pictures surface of rows of detainees with their faces to the ground, many bare-chested and their hands cuffed.
Lebanon, which hosts 1.2 million Syrian refugees, says it is "stretched" for resources and the country's prime minister has warned of "civil unrest."
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