Lebanon’s deep financial crisis is affecting every aspect of life there. There is no consistent electricity, most poor go hungry and joblessness is at record levels. With its currency nearly worthless, most keep their savings in U.S. dollars which are still hard to retrieve from banks. Leila Molana-Allen and Nick Schifrin look at the depths of despair driving people to extraordinary measures.
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