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Lebanon's Economic Implosion

In Lebanon, fuel shortages, power outages and skyrocketing prices have created a perfect storm of chaos. Observers are calling Lebanon a failed state, but can't seem to agree on who to blame for the country's problems. Now, as talks that could free up billions of dollars in aid have stalled, angry citizens and the international community are demanding an overhaul of the system. But would a bailout only be throwing good money after bad? Guests: Alain Aoun Lebanese MP, Member of Free Patriotic Movement Nizar Ghanem Director and Co-Founder of The Triangle Jamal Ghosn Columnist at Al Akhbar Newspaper

Food prices soar in Lebanon, staples like bread become unaffordable

Food prices soar in Lebanon, staples like bread become unaffordable

Lebanon: Country in Collapse

Lebanon: Country in Collapse

Lebanon exodus

Lebanon exodus

Lebanon Protests: Financial crisis worsens as protests continue

Lebanon Protests: Financial crisis worsens as protests continue

Democratic US Senator Warnock beats Trump-backed rival Walker

Democratic US Senator Warnock beats Trump-backed rival Walker

Teachers’ strike in Tunisia affecting many students

Teachers’ strike in Tunisia affecting many students

Ukraine demands return of women and children abducted by Russia

Ukraine demands return of women and children abducted by Russia

Blinken: US neither encourages nor enables Kiev to attack Russia

Blinken: US neither encourages nor enables Kiev to attack Russia

Al Jazeera asks Intl Criminal Court to probe Israeli forces

Al Jazeera asks Intl Criminal Court to probe Israeli forces

Moscow says Ukrainian drones struck two air bases in Russia

Moscow says Ukrainian drones struck two air bases in Russia

Spacecraft reaches closest point to lunar surface since Apollo 17

Spacecraft reaches closest point to lunar surface since Apollo 17

Authorities impose 8km no-go zone in Indonesia's East Java villages

Authorities impose 8km no-go zone in Indonesia's East Java villages

Migrants sleeping rough in New York City

Migrants sleeping rough in New York City

Europe and G7 nations welcome price cap on Russian oil

Europe and G7 nations welcome price cap on Russian oil

Trial begins for 2016 suicide bombings that killed 32 people in Belgium

Trial begins for 2016 suicide bombings that killed 32 people in Belgium

New deal aims to restore total power, control back to civilians in Sudan

New deal aims to restore total power, control back to civilians in Sudan

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