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Lebanon: Fears of Instability

“I want the stress of my day to revolve around how much heart-clogging saturated fat was in my lunchtime sandwich, not around whether there are going to be a few armed thugs shooting at each other in the streets tonight. Or whether a car bomb is going to go off in my neighbourhood,” writes Nasri Atallah , stating his position and fear of what may happen as a result of the collapse of the government.

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