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Flooding across Lebanon inundated major highways and dozens of refugee settlements Tuesday. A Syrian girl remains missing and some 50 people were injured across the course of the day. A number of roads were forced to close due to the extreme flooding precipitated by storm Norma. The LRC said it has saved 703 refugees from five settlements in northern Lebanon that have flooded since the storm began.The United Nations refugee agency released a statement saying that at least 66 informal Syrian refugee settlements have been heavily impacted by the flooding, 15 of which were completely flooded or collapsed.The statement added that heavy snow has blanketed camps in the Bekaa Valley and that around 300 refugees have been relocated in the Bekaa area and in the north.The department said in a statement that icy roads could be expected Wednesday for most of the country at altitudes of 700 meters and up (think Broummana).
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