A demonstrator carries Lebanon's national flag on a blocked road, during a protest against currency devaluation and mounting economic hardships, in Beirut, Lebanon. Reuters
As Lebanon sinks lower into financial ruin, foreign banks are cutting ties with the Central Bank, making it difficult for the country to purchase goods and transfer payments from abroad.
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