Lebanon under 'financial siege' from international powers, Bassil says

Lebanon under 'financial siege' from international powers, Bassil says
Lebanon under 'financial siege' from international powers, Bassil says

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - The arrivals' terminal at Beirut international airport is pictured as it re-opens. AFP

An airport worker wearing a protective suit sprays disinfectant as a precaution against the spread of the Covid-19. EPA

Beirut's airport is partially reopening after a three-month shutdown and Lebanon's cash-strapped government hopes thousands of Lebanese expatriates will return for the summer, injecting badly needed dollars into the sinking economy. AP

Social distancing markings have been established in the arrival hall of the Rafik Hariri international airport during its re-opening in Beirut. EPA

Social distancing markers line the floors to the passport control area in the departures hall at Rafik Hariri International Airport in Beirut. Bloomberg

People arriving at Beirut international airport stop at a counter manned by health workers as the airport re-opens in the Lebanese capital. AFP

A member of a Lebanese General Security checks the passports of passengers upon her arrival at Rafik Hariri international airport during its re-opening in Beirut. EPA

Medical workers wearing personal protective equipment collect Covid-19 swab samples as they test travellers inside the arrivals hall at Rafik Hariri International Airport in Beirut. Bloomberg

A passenger arrives at the Rafik Hariri international airport during its re-opening in Beirut, Lebanon. EPA

A worker carries luggage at Rafik Hariri international airport during its re-opening in Beirut at 10 per cent capacity, which is expected to bring in around 2,000 travellers per day. EPA

Social distancing markers sit on the floor around the baggage reclaim carousel in the arrivals hall at Rafik Hariri International Airport in Beirut. Bloomberg

Passengers wearing protective face masks walk through the baggage reclaim area inside the arrivals hall at Rafik Hariri International Airport in Beirut. Bloomberg

With many governments loosening travel restrictions to restart economies, airlines have begun restoring flights that were put on hold as the coronavirus pandemic spread. Bloomberg

Lebanon was faster than most other countries to decide on a lockdown to avoid the spread of the Covid-19 coronavirus. By the end of February, schools were closed, and the airport and most bars and restaurants soon follow suit. AFP

Health workers checks the temperature of a passenger at the departure terminal of the Rafik Hariri International Airport during its re-opening in Beirut. EPA

People wearing protective face masks against Covid-19 are pictured at the departure terminal of the Rafik Hariri international airport during its re-opening. EPA

Passengers and officials wearing protective face masks against Covid-19 are pictured at Beirut international airport as it re-opens. AFP

A healthcare worker adjusts the mask of a passenger who is departing the Rafik Hariri International Airport in Beirut, Lebanon, Wednesday, July 1, 2020. AP

People wearing protective face masks against Covid-19 are pictured at the departure terminal of the Rafik Hariri international airport during its re-opening in Beirut. EPA

People wearing protective face masks against Covid-19 are pictured upon their arrival at the terminal of the Rafik Hariri International Airport during its re-opening in Beirut. EPA

Lebanese soldiers stand guard as a woman leaves the Rafik Hariri International Airport in Beirut. AP

Lebanese soldiers stand guard as a woman leaves Rafik Hariri international airport during its re-opening in Beirut. EPA

A passenger waits in the departure hall of the Rafik Hariri international airport during its re-opening in Beirut. EPA

Passengers wearing protective face masks push luggage carts outside the terminal at Rafik Hariri International Airport in Beirut. Bloomberg

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