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Aid Groups Struggle to Reach Lebanese in Need

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Aid Groups Struggle to Reach Lebanese in Need

Middle East

Aid Groups Struggle to Reach Lebanese in Need

Aid Groups Struggle to Reach Lebanese in Need

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Israeli bombing of suspected Hezbollah targets has devastated many areas of Lebanon, and international aid groups trying to ferry supplies to those in need must contend with roads made impassible by Israeli airstrikes and continued bombing near civilian areas.

David Holdridge, Middle East director of the humanitarian organization Mercy Corps, talks about some of the hazards with Alex Chadwick.