Saudi Arabia has a problem with terrorism. It's one the largest producers of jihadi fighters around the world. In order to combat that, the country has developed "rehab" centers, that seek to turn would-be jihadis away from their extremist ways.
There are at least 600,000 Syrian refugees in Lebanon. And with no refugee camps, the refugees are spread around the country. That's putting a burden on everything from water and electricity, to jobs and education, and security.
Sunday, followers of a radical Sunni preacher got into an armed battle with Lebanon's Army. The violent eruption is just the latest instance of the way the war in Syria is spilling into Lebanon. Ben Gilbert talked to residents there about what happened.
Zaatari camp is the sprawling Syrian refugee camp in Jordan. It was set up last summer and it already houses 110,000 people. Some refugees say the camp lacks adequate policing and governance so they've taken it on themselves.
The northern city of Tripoli has seen clashes that echo what's going on in Syria. In some cases, the fighting in Tripoli pits one neighborhood that supports the Syrian government against one that backs the Syrian rebels.
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