Syrians who have been forced to leave their homes due to an ongoing crisis in the country continue to suffer at home and abroad, Press TV reports.
In Lebanon’s Beqaa Valley, falling temperature is creating more hardships for Syrian refugees, a Press TV correspondent reported on Tuesday.
Most of the refugees live in overcrowded houses, while others have set up makeshift tents constructed from items of debris such as dismantled billboards.
Cash-strapped Syrians struggle in Lebanon
Skyrocketing rent in Beirut has forced Syrian refugees into alternative shelters.
Sophie Cousins Last Modified: 13 Sep 2013
Beirut, Lebanon - Unable to pay rent for his family, Syrian refugee Shabkaji Abdelrahma sent his children to work in Beirut when they arrived.
That was until his eight-year-old son was raped on the streets.