After Beirut Blast, Lebanese Must Turn To Each Other To Avoid Crisis

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It has been nearly three weeks since an enormous explosion at Beirut’s port
tore through the city. With Lebanon already suffering from food scarcity,
economic collapse and the coronavirus pandemic, the blast turned a grim
situation to dire crisis. In the absence of a functioning government,
residents are relying on each other's generosity to survive. Special
correspondent Jane Ferguson reports.