Syria refugee children ‘bitten by rats’ in camps – BBC News


Syrian refugees in Lebanon tell us their camps are infested with rats, attracted by bags of waste that are rarely collected. Agencies working in the camps fear it’s a health risk. The Lebanese government admits public services are struggling to cope. Because of its size and proximity, the country’s taken in more Syrians per head than anywhere else in the world. Our reporter Ben James has been to a camp in the Bekaa Valley, close to the Syrian border.
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