A Syrian child stands in front of a tent inside an informal settlement for Syrian refugees in Bar Elia, Bekaa valley, Lebanon, January 6, 2016. (REUTERS/Jamal Saidi)
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Lebanon's entry restrictions for Syrian nationals are preventing many refugees from renewing their residency permits and putting them at enormous risk, Human Rights Watch said in a report Tuesday.Lebanon hosts more than 1 million Syrian refugees, most living in camps on the eastern and northern borders, according to U.N. figures.The 35-page HRW report, based on interviews with more than 60 Syrian refugees, lawyers, and humanitarian workers assisting refugees in Lebanon, documents the difficulties refugees face in Lebanon.
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