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  • near the wreckage of Beirut's port, a charity is bringing Christmas cheer to a city hammered by a devastating explosion.

  • Rising coronavirus infections on the worst economic crisis since Lebanon's 1975 to 1990 civil war, the Solidarity Christmas Village has been offering visitors free entry toe watch concerts on pick up drinks and snacks, lifting the mood of families who can't afford seasonal luxuries.

  • People dressed in giant polar bear costumes on others in Santa Claus outfits offers some festive spirit to a country that's a patchwork of Christian on Muslim sects.

  • We want to live.

  • We need to make our Children happy.

  • We need them to live because this is life.

  • Even if we're tired and the living situation is tiring, we don't have to expose our Children to this.

  • No, I want to make him happy and make him feel the holiday.

  • The Christmas village has been set up in a temporary warehouse near the port, flattened by a huge explosion on August 4th, which also ruined a swathe of the capital.

  • Near the ports, shattered entrance on artists erected a towering Christmas tree decorated not with shiny ball balls but with grimy protective clothing on hard hats worn by firefighters who had battled the massive fire at the port.

  • The blast left tens of thousands homeless in a nation already crushed by a mountain of debt.

near the wreckage of Beirut's port, a charity is bringing Christmas cheer to a city hammered by a devastating explosion.

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Beirut seeks Christmas cheer after gloomy year

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/12/25
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