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Lebanon Protests: Financial crisis worsens as protests continue

The financial crisis in Lebanon has worsened, sending the currency - the Lebanese pound - into a tailspin. Weeks of protests sparked by allegations of corruption, the wasting of public money and a proposed tax on Whatsapp calls, may have removed Prime Minister Saad Hariri, but he and his cabinet have yet to be replaced. Shoaib Hasan has the details. #LebanonEconomy #LebanonProtests #FinancialCrisis

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