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Syrian refugee mothers in Lebanon

By Leila Molana-Allen

The war in Syria is now in its seventh year and people continue to flee the country. Some women who flee across the border into Lebanon are pregnant.

Since the war started in 2011, about 80,000 babies have been born in Lebanon to Syrian mothers.

But as correspondent Leila Molana-Allen reports from Beirut, the conditions for expectant mothers range from dismal to outright dangerous.

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