Late last week, the United Nations refugee agency announced the "grim" milestone of two million refugees of the Syrian conflict, but Hajjaj Fahim Khaled and his wife Amina weren't among those counted.
It's 9pm on Thursday and the pair are sitting on a flattened cardboard box beneath a busy overpass at the Cola intersection, a transit hub for buses and taxis travelling between the Lebanese capital Beirut and the country's south and east.
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