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Lebanon Syrian Refugees: Aid cuts leave Syrian refugees in Lebanon in the cold

Lebanon has taken in more Syrian refugees per capita than any other country. 1.5 million Syrians live in a nation of six million people. They've fled there as Lebanon's economy is on the verge of collapse. Years of corruption and bad governance have made it one of the most heavily indebted countries in the world. As Shoaib Hasan reports, refugees are the ones suffering the most, and are resorting to desperate measures to survive.

Syrian refugees on brink of starvation in Lebanon

Syrian refugees on brink of starvation in Lebanon

Syrian refugees in Lebanon willing to return home

Syrian refugees in Lebanon willing to return home

Lebanon Syria Refugees: Lebanon demolishes Syrian refugee homes

Lebanon Syria Refugees: Lebanon demolishes Syrian refugee homes

Syrian refugees in Lebanon face challenges for harsh winter ahead

Syrian refugees in Lebanon face challenges for harsh winter ahead

Russia moves to annex parts of Ukraine

Russia moves to annex parts of Ukraine

Bangladeshi fishermen risk death to make a living

Bangladeshi fishermen risk death to make a living

Critics say IMF loans often hurt developing, poor countries

Critics say IMF loans often hurt developing, poor countries

Storm brings flooding, destruction as it moves through Florida

Storm brings flooding, destruction as it moves through Florida

Nord Stream still leaking into Baltic Sea

Nord Stream still leaking into Baltic Sea

Shusha being restored to former glory

Shusha being restored to former glory

Kiev warns Moscow against annexation

Kiev warns Moscow against annexation

UN: A 'humanitarian catastrophe' is unfolding in Haiti

UN: A 'humanitarian catastrophe' is unfolding in Haiti

Kremlin proxies claim victory in referendum annexation polls

Kremlin proxies claim victory in referendum annexation polls

Hurricane Ian to hit Florida as storm intensifies

Hurricane Ian to hit Florida as storm intensifies

Lebanon’s only airport fighting to survive

Lebanon’s only airport fighting to survive

Turkish town gliding towards silky revival

Turkish town gliding towards silky revival

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