Beirut blast impact one year on: ‘There are no jobs’

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The blast couldn’t have come at a worse time for Lebanon.

The country is still suffering its worst economic crisis in decades – the currency has collapsed and tens of thousands have lost their jobs.

Elie Masri is recounts the blast and its impact on her life.

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