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Beirut Central almost empty as many shops shut

Lebanon's capital Beirut was rebuilt after the civil war in the 1970s and 80s with huge foreign investments. Now, the streets in the central business district are largely empty, and many of the shops are permanently closed as the economic crisis worsens and political rifts widen. Imogen Kimber has more.

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