Lebanon Struggles to Cope with Conflict's Aftermath
The Lebanese government faces a number of problems in the wake of the Hezbollah-Israel conflict, including how to help thousands of refugees returning to their homes in Beirut's suburbs and the country's south.
Steve Inskeep talks to Mohamad Chatah, a senior advisor to Lebanon's prime minister.
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