Sri Lanka: Inside the Crisis | Between Us

Sri lanka: inside the crisis | between us

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How did Sri Lanka end up so deeply in debt? Correspondent Minelle Fernandez walks us through the events that forced its president to flee the country, leaving it in a state of uncertainty.

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