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Beirut – Lebanon: One Year After Blasts, The Country Fights for Survival


On the occasion of the one-year anniversary of the explosions that destroyed Beirut, several Agencies and Government spoke out Tuesday about the precarious situation facing many people in the country. Anger and rage conquered every corner of Lebanon on 4 August.  The huge explosion in the port of Beirut reopened the unhealed wounds of a 15-year civil war in the country of the Cedar. Since the explosion in Lebanon’s capital, the repercussions have been felt at every possible level. The bad times have been hard on this Levantine country of 4.5 million inhabitants, which is facing a triple crisis: health, economic…

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