Force And Fear In The Air, As Syrian Refugees Go To Polls In Lebanon Syrian refugees in Lebanon are already voting in an election that's seen as Bashar Assad's rigged bid for legitimacy. Many refugees believe that if they don't vote, they'll never be allowed back home.
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Force And Fear In The Air, As Syrian Refugees Go To Polls In Lebanon

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Force And Fear In The Air, As Syrian Refugees Go To Polls In Lebanon

Force And Fear In The Air, As Syrian Refugees Go To Polls In Lebanon

Force And Fear In The Air, As Syrian Refugees Go To Polls In Lebanon

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Syrian refugees in Lebanon are casting their votes ahead of Syria's presidential election next week. The election is seen as Bashar Assad's rigged bid for legitimacy — but many refugees believe that if they don't vote, they'll never be allowed back home.