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لبنان

Ali Nour
The ballooning banking crisis is set to become even more complicated this year, with the recapitalization requirements for banks unlikely to bring any avail to Lebanese depositors.
Lina Abu Habib
I will celebrate the revolution and the resistance of those who oppose the regime, those who fight oppression and injustice on a daily basis and in many different ways, as well as those who refuse to give up.
Soheib Jawhar
The corona pandemic has widened the gap between private and public education, and threatens to put a whole generation of youth outside the system.
Radio Rozana
The measures to confront the epidemic have deepened the Lebanese economic crisis, while the Syrian refugees found themselves facing a new challenge, after having struggled to ensure a decent life…
Diana Moukalled
“I would wait for hours behind the school’s fence until I got to see them when they got their one-hour recess in the playground”. Badiya points as she drives her car near the school’s playground located on the outskirts of Nabatiyeh, South of Lebanon.
Jana Barakat
“I want to know where my son is. Until now I don’t have any information about his fate.” It has been over two months since the Beirut port explosion, and still people are missing …
Marwa Saab
It is as if the explosion that produced a gaping hole in the ground has opened a similar one in heaven, which continues to receive the souls of the crime’s victims, even after 83 days have passed.
Khaled Suleiman
The death of forests due to these fires releases more carbon dioxide and heat not only in Syria and Lebanon, but also throughout the entire region, because Mediterranean forests have a giant climatic effect in terms of humidity, rain and winds on the entire interior regions of the southern Mediterranean. Hence, the greenhouse gases that were absorbed by the trees will eventually find their way into our lungs, even after the fires subside.
Hazem El Amin- Lebanese writer and journalist
Elias Khoury has become the symbol of our failure to convince his generation – our sons – that Lebanon is a country worth living in. Our sons would say: ‘Look at Elias’ photo. Is that what you want for us too?’
Rabih Fakhri
Thus, the party, during the first anniversary of the October 17 revolution, provided the last lifeline to the Lebanese oligarchy and the thieving Lebanese regime, leading this counter-revolution with dedication; they want to ensure the quota system’s existence, and to preserve its interests locally and regionally.
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