An ambulant vendor pulls his handcart in the Lebanese coastal city of Tripoli, north of Beirut, on January 26, 2021. Lebanon has imposed a round-the-clock curfew nationwide since January 14, barred non-essential workers from leaving their homes and restricted grocery shopping to deliveries. On paper, its Covid-19 restrictions are among the strictest in the world, but in reality grinding poverty is pushing many back onto the streets to eke out a living. / AFP / JOSEPH EID
An ambulant vendor pulls his handcart in the Lebanese coastal city of Tripoli, north of Beirut. Lebanon's economy continued to deteriorate in January amid a surge in Covid-19 infections. AFP

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