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Faustina Tay sent dozens of chilling voice messages pleading for help. She said her employers in Lebanon were beating her. "I'm scared they might kill me," said the 23-year-old. Her detailed messages have revealed a disturbing reality in Lebanon, where two domestic workers die every week. We hear from the Al Jazeera journalist who first reported this story.
In this episode:
Timour Azhari (@timourazhari), Al Jazeera journalist in Beirut, Lebanon; Patricia, a caseworker with Canada-based advocacy group, This Is Lebanon.
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