A Syrian boy looks out through his tent door covered in snow at a refugee camp in Deir Zannoun village, in the Bekaa valley, east Lebanon, Wednesday, Jan. 7, 2015. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)
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A Syrian refugee woman froze to death in Lebanon's Bekaa Valley Thursday, as falling temperatures and snowfall resumed across the country, blocking roads which had been reopened during two days of sunny weather, security sources told The Daily Star.Last week three Syrians died after being caught in the storm on the outskirts of the Shebaa Farms while trying to cross into Lebanon.Many roads in mountainous areas and Lebanon's eastern Bekaa Valley were blocked again Thursday after the snowfall resumed early morning.
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