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Published on Mar 2, 2017
Lebanon is known around the world for its hashish. In the Beqaa Valley farmers grow it with impunity, making millions of dollars a year. Backed by armed militiamen, the country's drug lords have became untouchable. Benjamin Zand visits one of the biggest drug lords, and finds out how the civil war in neighbouring Syria means the farms have been able to flourish. BBC Pop Up is the BBC's mobile bureau. We make documentaries based on your suggestions. You can get in contact with us about a story using email@example.com