Mar 15, 2021
Unprecedented Escalation of Human Rights Situation in Lebanon
Unprecedented Escalation of Human Rights Situation in Lebanon
After the Lebanese government’s decision to impose a 24-hour curfew and extend general closure for more than a month, protesters took to the streets in the city of Tripoli in opposition to the heavy restrictions and lockdown put in place due to the rise in COVID-19 cases. The national lockdown has had direct impacts on the poor in the wake of the country’s economic collapse, more than half of the…
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