Lebanon

Beirut, Tripoli, Sidon, Zahlé, Tyre, Jounieh, Baalbek, Byblos, Aawkar, Al Zahrani, Arun, Beit Yohoun, Bint Jbeil, Deir Kanoun, Hasbaya, Jazzine, Kfar Houna, Kifr Tibnit, Marj 'Uyun, Metulla, Ras al-Biyada, Rimat, Shebaa, Tyre

Lebanon gained independence from France in 1943. The country has a population of around 4 million and the economy is service driven depending on banking and tourism. The civil war from 1975-1990 devastated much of the country’s economy but Lebanon has since made progress ...

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