Virtually destroyed in 2007 amid deadly clashes between Islamist militants and the Lebanese army, a $345-million building project has sought to resurrect Nahr al-Bared, a once-thriving Palestinian camp in north Lebanon that was home to 30,000. But with the camp only half rebuilt, a funding crisis is threatening to leave the displaced unable to return home. John Owens reports from Nahr al-Bared.
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