LEBANON / REFUGEES WINTERSTORM

22-Feb-2021 00:02:12
The UN refugee agency (UNHCR) said winter storms in the Middle East are worsening hardship for millions of refugees and internally displaced people. UNHCR
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STORY: LEBANON / REFUGEES WINTERSTORM
TRT: 2:12
SOURCE: UNHCR
RESTRICTIONS: PLEASE CREDIT UNHCR ON SCREEN
LANGUAGE: NATS

DATELINE: 18 FEBRUARY 2021, BEKKA VALLEY, LEBANON
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18 FEBRUARY 2021, BEKKA VALLEY, LEBANON

1. Wide shot, snow falling on informal refugee settlement
2. Close up, makeshift chimney from tent
3. Wide shot, refugee removing snow from roof
4. closes hanging on branches
5. Various shots, refugee removing snow and water
6. Med shot, slippers topped with snow
7. Close up, refugee lighting twigs for heat
8. Various shots, snow falling on informal refugee settlement
9. Tracking, refugee walking with slippers through snow
10. Wide shot, refugee removing snow from roof
11. Various shots, snow falling on informal refugee settlement
12. Pan left, refugee walking through snow
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The UN refugee agency (UNHCR) said winter storms in the Middle East are worsening hardship for millions of refugees and internally displaced people.

A storm hit Lebanon on 16 February bringing with it freezing temperatures, heavy rains, snow, and strong winds. Refugees were particularly affected by the storm, which resulted in leakages, floods, and collapsed shelters.

Following the snowstorm, over 70 informal settlements across the Bekaa Valley have been affected either by snow accumulation or tent leakage.
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