Lebanon’s liquid treasure is just trickling away

Agence France-Presse: Rose Hatem's home overlooks the Mediterranean and is just a short distance from one of Lebanon's longest rivers. But twice a week the 60-year-old has to buy water for her daily needs. "I have been buying in water since I moved here 14 years ago," Hatem told AFP in the picturesque village of Amsheet, north of the Lebanese capital Beirut. "In the summer, when demand is high, I'm often left without a drop." Hers is a story repeated across Lebanon, one of the rare countries in the ......

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