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Lebanon: Crisis Deepens As Prime Minister-Designate Adib Quits After A Month

Eurasia Review Sunday, 27 September 2020
Lebanon: Crisis Deepens As Prime Minister-Designate Adib Quits After A MonthBy Najia Houssari

Lebanon lost its third prime minister in eight months on Saturday when Mustapha Adib resigned after Iran-backed factions sabotaged his attempts to form a government. The Lebanese pound plunged to a new low against the US dollar, there were sporadic protests in Tripoli and elsewhere, and French President...
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