Middle East

Qusair Fighting Drives More Syrians Into Lebanoni
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May 22, 2013 2:13 PM
The battle between Syrian government forces, backed by Lebanese Hezbollah fighters, and Syrian rebels in Qusair north of Damascus is sending waves of traumatized refugees into neighboring Lebanon. VOA's Scott Bobb spoke with some of them in the Lebanese border town of Aarsal and has this report.

Qusair Fighting Drives More Syrians Into Lebanon

Published May 22, 2013

The battle between Syrian government forces, backed by Lebanese Hezbollah fighters, and Syrian rebels in Qusair north of Damascus is sending waves of traumatized refugees into neighboring Lebanon. VOA's Scott Bobb spoke with some of them in the Lebanese border town of Aarsal and has this report.


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