TRIPOLI, Lebanon – Daniel lives with his family in a one-bedroom home in northern Lebanon.
There’s no electricity and little water. He supports 13 family members with aid money and supplemental income he gets from odd jobs and the generosity of others.
Eleven years after fleeing Syria to escape the country’s brutal civil war for a safer life in Lebanon, Daniel now finds himself in a situation no better than the one he left behind.
“I am a dead person,” he said. “No emotion really, just living in fear.”
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