October 30, 2020

Lebanon at a crossroads after 100 days of protests

When Nazih Khalaf heard that protests were taking place Oct. 17 in Lebanon’s capital over government plans to impose new taxes, he was just returning from south of Beirut where he’d been working to put out deadly wildfires that had been raging for days. Khalaf hasn’t left downtown Beirut since. Now, 100 days after the nationwide uprising against the country’s hated political class erupted, Lebanon is at a crossroads, and Lebanese are more divided than ever.

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