Lebanon without gas and electricity
People wait to get fuel at a gas station in Jdeideh, Lebanon. Lebanon’s worsening fuel crisis has reached a painful crunch point, with bakeries, businesses and hospitals either scaling back operations or shutting down completely, making life even harder for Lebanese already enduring a financial meltdown.
Lebanon’s energy crisis is dragging people to unlikely places in their desperate quest for daily life’s essentials, be it fresh air, lighting, a working fridge or petrol for their cars. Power cuts lasting more than 22 hours a day have become the new norm in a bankrupt country running out of literally everything, from fuel and gas to medicine and bread.
Fuel shortages paralyzing even essential services and miles-long queues at gas stations