The Lebanese city of Ashqout near the country's lavish Faraya village ski resorts, houses 42 Syrian refugees who fled Aleppo in 2014. According to refugees in the camp, the UNHCR has not provided them assistance in three years.
Storms have swamped camps housing Syrian refugees in Lebanon with rain water and snow. NGOs and charities are appealing for aid to help families stuck in these storms without shelter and warm clothing.
Iraqi researcher: The irrigation systems in Iraq are outdated and damaged and need to be fixed for the country's agriculture industry to flourish. Many marshlands and cultivable lands have already been lost due to poor irrigation.