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Lebanon faces tough options as backlash against Syrian refugees grows

A wave of suicide attacks in northeast Lebanon has prompted calls for action. But many worry the wrong approach toward the country's large refugee population could spur radicalization. 

A deadly wave of attacks by Syrian suicide bombers and fears of further attacks has generated a backlash against the Syrian refugee population that has inundated tiny Lebanon over the past four years.

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