Lebanese banks to close next week after more branches are stormed

Lebanese banks to close next week after more branches are stormed

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Financial institutions in Lebanon are set to close for three days next week. They say they are concerned about security, as the country’s economic crisis continues.

There were at least five armed raids at banks on Friday. Many involved desperate people, demanding access to their own money.

Al Jazeera’s Zeina Khodr reports from Beirut, Lebanon.

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