For hard-hit Lebanese, Eid traditions are now just too costly

[Egypt Independent - Egypt] - 31/07/2020
TRIPOLI, Lebanon (Reuters) — On the streets of Tripoli, Lebanon’s second biggest city and one of its poorest, there are no signs of festivities for Eid al-Adha this year, no decorations or twinkling lights. There’s no electricity anyway. Only a large billboard welcomes visitors at one of the (...)
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