Caritas Lebanon seeks shelter for refugees fleeing Syrian violence

Mohamed Azakir, Reuters | Catholic News Service
BEIRUT -- Church aid workers scrambled to find housing for hundreds of Syrian refugees who have fled to neighboring Lebanon because of ongoing violence between Syrian forces and armed rebels. About 200 families -- more than 1,000 people overall -- made their way to the border town of Qaa in the Bekaa Valley in eastern Lebanon March 5 and were struggling in the region's near-freezing temperatures.

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