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Lebanon: Fighting Beirut’s sectarianism with cheap groceries

By DW
27 November 2023   |   10:26 am
Two women in Lebanon's capital Beirut have founded a non-profit grocery store that offers goods at affordable prices. But their bigger vision is to break down political and religious segregation.

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