France urges Lebanon’s leaders to work on road map

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    France is leading efforts to keep Lebanon’s collapsing economy afloat. President Emmanuel Macron has berated the country’s leaders for failing to show leadership as the country struggles to form a new government Macron has given politicians an extra six weeks to put together a non-partisan cabinet. But the political vacuum is likely to continue for weeks. Al Jazeera’s Zeina Khodr reports from Beirut, Lebanon. –

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