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Inside Lebanon's Shatila camp


Shatila camp in Lebanon is home to tens of thousands people, including Palestinians and newly arrived refugees from Syria. Amid the camp’s grinding poverty, Natalie Carney  met some groups working to make life a little more bearable for its inhabitants, whose prospects of returning home remain uncertain.

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Inside Lebanon's Shatila camp


Shatila camp in Lebanon is home to tens of thousands people, including Palestinians and newly arrived refugees from Syria. Amid the camp’s grinding poverty, Natalie Carney  met some groups working to make life a little more bearable for its inhabitants, whose prospects of returning home remain uncertain.

 

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INSIDE LEBANON'S SHATILA CAMP CREDITS

 

Journalist/Editor: Natalie Carney

Cameraman: Halis Baltacı

Fixer: Gaby Jamal

 

Music:

Artist: Borrtex

Title: Memoir of Solitude

 

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No one's people


The Rohingya are a stateless people often described as the world’s most persecuted minority. In 2017, more than half a million of them poured into Bangladesh after escaping deadly attacks in Myanmar. Shweta Bajaj spent time with Rohingya refugees, who told stories of struggle and survival against the odds.

No one's people


The Rohingya are a stateless people often described as the world’s most persecuted minority. In 2017, more than half a million of them poured into Bangladesh after escaping deadly attacks in Myanmar. Shweta Bajaj spent time with Rohingya refugees, who told stories of struggle and survival against the odds.

 

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THE PLIGHT OF ROHINGYA REFUGEES CREDITS

Cameraman - Ravi Lekhi

Editor - Gasper D'souza

Fixer - Shafiqur Rahman Imran

Drone shots - GlobalAirMedia