EN_01539313_0907

EN_01539313_0907
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A general view shows a closed bank in the Lebanese capital Beirut on September 22, 2022. - The Lebanese pound fell to a new low against the US dollar on the black market as a severe economic downturn has sparked bank hold-ups by angry depositors and anti-government protests. Recent weeks have seen a spate of incidents in which people armed with real or toy guns held up banks to demand access to their frozen savings, only to be celebrated as folk heroes. (Photo by ANWAR AMRO / AFP)
2022-09-22
ANWAR AMRO/AFP/East News
AFP
ANWAR AMRO
AFP_32JV9Z2
3,41MB
46cm x 31cm by 300dpi
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