U.N. Worker Recounts Attack in Lebanon Hoda Elturk, a United Nations Relief and Works Agency worker in Lebanon, was in a U.N. convoy that was attacked Tuesday while delivering aid to a Palestinian refugee camp in Tripoli. Thousands of Palestinians have fled the camp where the Lebanese army and Islamic militants have been fighting for days. Elturk talks about the violence at the Nahr el-Bared camp with Alex Cohen.
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U.N. Worker Recounts Attack in Lebanon

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U.N. Worker Recounts Attack in Lebanon

U.N. Worker Recounts Attack in Lebanon

U.N. Worker Recounts Attack in Lebanon

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Hoda Elturk, a United Nations Relief and Works Agency worker in Lebanon, was in a U.N. convoy that was attacked Tuesday while delivering aid to a Palestinian refugee camp in Tripoli.

Thousands of Palestinians have fled the Nahr el-Bared camp, where the Lebanese army and Islamic militants have been fighting for days.

Elturk talks about the violence at the camp with Alex Cohen.