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Lebanon’s soul has been eviscerated by its financial crisis. Not even the children want to play

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Beirut feels both familiar and utterly foreign. In the Beirut of today people go through the motions and the energy that once made the city vibrant has dissipated. It had an energy of being alive, and that’s all gone.Beirut feels both familiar and utterly foreign. In the Beirut of today people go through the motions and the energy that once made the city vibrant has dissipated. It had an energy of being alive, and that’s all gone.