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Lebanon to resume economic re-opening from Monday after coronavirus shutdown

Reuters India Sunday, 17 May 2020 ()
Lebanon will gradually reopen its economy beginning on Monday, Prime Minister Hassan Diab said, following a four-day shutdown imposed after a rise in coronavirus cases threatened a second wave of the outbreak.
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