Over 260,000 Syrians have left their homes to find refuge in Beirut, Lebanon's populous capital city. They face challenges such as living in over-crowded apartments and harassment from local Lebanese.
Beirut is the administrative and economic capital of Lebanon. It hosts over 305,000 refugees. Nearly 9,000 refugees live in one informal settlement, one Palestine refugee camp, and three Palestinian sites located in the capital.
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