* 'Doxxers' post private information on politicians and
* Currency crash pushes Lebanese to stash savings in digital
［ベイルート ４日 トムソン・ロイター財団］ - シリアからの難民ワアド・ハリリさんは、今も生活の再建に追われている。１年前、レバノンのベイルート港での爆発事故によって自宅アパートは損傷を受け、夫は負傷し、子どもたちはトラウマを抱えている。
BEIRUT (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Tanya Nasr grew up with the taste of her grandmother's tangy pomegranate molasses but had never made it herself until Lebanon's economic crisis and COVID-19 took her back to her home village in the mountains.
BEIRUT (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Syrian refugee Waad Hariri is still trying to rebuild her life a year after Beirut's massive port blast tore through her apartment, injuring her husband and traumatising her children.
(Corrects 9th para to show UNICEF still part of U.N. programme)
BEIRUT (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Lebanese drag performer Aniss Ezzeddine had been drug-free for seven months. But when a massive chemical explosion wrecked his hometown Beirut, all he wanted was to get high.
BEIRUT (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Lebanon's parliament on Wednesday approved a $556 million cash injection for half a million families - the latest aid package for a population pauperised by an economy in collapse.
BEIRUT (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Filling up cars at a petrol station in Lebanon was never Adel Mostafa's dream job, but it paid the 44-year-old Egyptian enough to feed his family and was relatively trouble-free - at least until a devastating economic crisis took hold.
BEIRUT (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - At least $250 million in U.N. humanitarian aid intended for refugees and poor communities in Lebanon has been lost to banks selling the local currency at highly unfavourable rates, a Thomson Reuters Foundation investigation has found.