Siege of Lebanon

"In Beirut, yesterday, I felt that we are living a war. I was walking through the streets of Hamra, usually pretty quiet and empty at night, except for the restaurants and pubs. But last night, the streets were a little crowded with people taking walks. Most of them were the refugees who flee their homes. Since the forced migration is big in numbers (over 500,000 all over the country), and since many of the public schools, originally used as shelters, are packed and full to the maximum, people are being sheltered in very random locations, all over the city, underground parking structures, garages, small homes or old destroyed empty buildings, old closed cinemas, roofs, family friends."

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