Clashes at petrol stations in Lebanon, and a campaign to remove barbed wire fences from Rohingya camps

This week on the Observers: barbed wire in Rohingya refugee camps pose dangers to inhabitants, and petrol shortages in Lebanon cause clashes and queues.
This week on the Observers: barbed wire in Rohingya refugee camps pose dangers to inhabitants, and petrol shortages in Lebanon cause clashes and queues. © Observers

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This week, we spoke to a journalist in Lebanon, who told us about the hours-long queues at petrol stations following fuel shortages in the country, still rocked by economic crisis. Then, Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh have been enclosed with barbed wire fences, posing risks for the inhabitants in the camps. Our Observer works with the "Remove The Fence" campaign. 

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