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New Approach Eases Refugee Suffering in Lebanon Camp

Running his hands over the fresh produce with a grocer’s pride, he is a born-again businessman — and a symbol that refugee camps can offer something more than the very basics. Mohammed Kiki oversees a vegetable shop at the Inmaa camp in Lebanon’s Bekaa valley. It is just one camp among many in a country that has struggled to cope with an influx of what some estimate to be more than 1.5 million Syrian refugees. But this camp is different. Rather than tents, it offers its 1,700...

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