As Syrian refugees in Lebanon brace for what is expected to be a harsh winter, analysts say the country's borders are at risk from Islamic State and al-Nusra fighters camped in the mountains. But refugees in nearby valleys say the coming cold — not a militant incursion — is the real enemy. Heather Murdock has more for VOA from Zahle, Lebanon.
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