A year after a deadly explosion of tons of ammonium nitrate that sat for years in a Beirut port warehouse, people in Lebanon are still waiting for answers and government accountability. Special correspondent Leila Molana-Allen reports on how people across Lebanon are struggling to cope amid the ongoing collapse of the country’s economy and shortages in fuel, food and basic services.
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