Lebanon’s Government Quits in Face of Mounting Anger

August 10, 2020 09:35 PM
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Lebanon’s government has resigned after last week’s devastating explosion in Beirut — and reports of negligence by the country’s officials — unleashed a wave of public anger that added to months of unrest in the country. The resignation of the country’s prime minister and his Cabinet come as many Lebanese fear that hundreds of millions of dollars in international aid could end up in the  pockets of the same politicians whom they hold responsible for the catastrophe. Anchal Vohra in Beirut has this report.
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