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Severe winter weather paralyzes parts of Lebanon

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Lebanon
SIDON/ CHOUF: A string of violent storms hit Lebanon on Tuesday, inflicting heavy damage on the agricultural sector and leaving roads across the country flooded with water. Heavy storms on Tuesday also plunged much of the country into darkness, as power plants across the country stopped production as a result of high winds and heavy rains.

Heavy downpours and hailstorms in Beirut caused several roads to flood and a number of advertising billboards to fall. Several Beirut regions also suffered even worse power cuts than usual.
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