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Lebanon – Tripoli: Tensions Rise as Protests Resumed


The reasons of the protests are still the same – the economic and financial crisis in the country, the depreciation of the national currency, fuel shortages and power outages.    The current protests were caused by a shortage of fuel, which has risen in price by 30-40%, which led to the shutdown of diesel generators and a cut in the supply of electricity. With the help of generators, the Lebanese could receive electricity for several hours. Last Sunday, protesters temporarily blocked roads in the Bekaa area and in Sidon, but the army reopened them. Further, the situation became more…

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