Lebanon’s Crisis – The last hope
13 August 2022 | 12:46 pm
Lebanon is now going through the worst economic crisis in its history. 80 per cent of the population lives below the poverty line. In one year, food prices have jumped 500 per cent due to galloping inflation.
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