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Lebanon’s financial collapse is accelerating — and the old normal is fading, even down to the traffic lights. In a country where people were once able to pay just as easily with dollars as with local currency, many now can find neither. The Lebanese are no strangers to handling crisis, but this one could be the biggest since the civil war.
In this episode:
Timour Azhari (@timourazhari), Beirut correspondent for Al Jazeera.
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