In pictures: Bad weather hits displaced Syrians

Heavy rains and snow wrecked several informal settlements housing Syrian refugees in Lebanon. The bad weather had also hit Syrians displaced within their own country. Tents were flooded in a camp in the northern province of Idlib, Syria's last rebel stronghold which borders Turkey.
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A Syrian refugee shovels mud in front of a makeshift shelter in an unofficial camp for Syrian refugees in Iaat is a town and municipality located in the Beqaa Valley of Lebanon, following heavy rain storms on January 8, 2019.
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Syrian refugee men discuss the situation as they stand in a flooded tent in Jib Jinnin, in the Bekaa Valley close to the Syrian border on January 7, 2019, as the region is endures storms and heavy rains.
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A Syrian refugee walks past makeshift shelters in an unofficial camp for Syrian refugees in Iaat is a town and municipality located in the Beqaa Valley of Lebanon, following a snow storm on January 8, 2019.
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A child clears mud in front of a makeshift shelter following heavy rains, at a camp for displaced people in the village of Atme, in Syria's mostly rebel-held northern Idlib province on January 8, 2019.
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Syrian women walk in the mud near makeshift shelters following heavy rains, at a camp for displaced people in the village of Atme, in Syria's mostly rebel-held northern Idlib province on January 8, 2019.
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Children play in the mud near makeshift shelters following heavy rains, at a camp for displaced people in the village of Atme, in Syria's mostly rebel-held northern Idlib province on January 8, 2019.