Syrian child refugees work to support their families

Aired: 12/8/2014 | 0:04:03 | Clip
A million children have been forced to flee Syria’s civil war. Special correspondent Marcia Biggs profiles two young girls, 12-year-old Iman and 14-year-old Bushra, best friends who must work in the fields to support their families now living in Lebanon. But they are the lucky ones: A local organization has set up a school with afternoon shifts for working children.