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Protests in Lebanon After Currency Plummets to Record Low

HeadlineMar 03, 2021

Protests erupted across Lebanon Tuesday after the value of the Lebanese pound plunged to a record low on the black market, the latest in the ongoing economic crisis. The turmoil has also triggered a fuel shortage that has led to extended power cuts. In some areas, people have been left without electricity for over 12 hours.

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