This weeks lesson:
Lebanon slips into darkness as electricity grid shuts down
Q: Lebanon had no centrally generated electricity after fuel shortages forced its two largest power stations to shut down completely Saturday, and a government official said the electricity grid was unlikely to restart for several days. Where is the small nation of Lebanon on the eastern coast of the Mediterranean Sea?
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Q: Before the shutdown, the state-run power company was able to provide electricity only a few hours a day in a country suffering an economic collapse that has plunged millions of Lebanese into poverty. The power company also has been plagued by corruption, with smugglers taking its fuel to sell at a profit in which country on Lebanon’s northern and eastern border?
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