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Lebanon left without power as grid shuts down - BBC News

Lebanon has been left without electricity, plunging the country into darkness amid a severe economic crisis.

A government official told Reuters news agency the country's two largest power stations, Deir Ammar and Zahrani, had shut down because of a fuel shortage.

The power grid "completely stopped working at noon today" and was unlikely to restart for several days, they said.

For the past 18 months Lebanon has endured an economic crisis and extreme fuel shortages.

That crisis has lef

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14 minutes ago, Fifth element said:

Lebanon left without power as grid shuts down - BBC News

Lebanon has been left without electricity, plunging the country into darkness amid a severe economic crisis.

A government official told Reuters news agency the country's two largest power stations, Deir Ammar and Zahrani, had shut down because of a fuel shortage.

The power grid "completely stopped working at noon today" and was unlikely to restart for several days, they said.

For the past 18 months Lebanon has endured an economic crisis and extreme fuel shortages.

That crisis has lef

Hints of cyber polygon? 

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54 minutes ago, Itsjaybigjay said:

unlikely given the age of Lebanon's electrical infrastructure. Not much to hack on a system that literately still runs on steam.  

True, plus no sign of a cyber attack. Would be the first thing on the media if it was 

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1 hour ago, Itsjaybigjay said:

unlikely given the age of Lebanon's electrical infrastructure. Not much to hack on a system that literately still runs on steam.  

 

its not just lebanon though there are signs of systemic collapse everywhere you look and all orchestrated

 

Its like the global system is flickering and heading for some sort of breakdown situation

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1 minute ago, Macnamara said:

 

its not just lebanon though there are signs of systemic collapse everywhere you look and all orchestrated

 

Its like the global system is flickering and heading for some sort of breakdown situation

Very true, you only have to look at the US infrastructure so see its deliberately been allowed to decay. with Lebanon it seems to be a combination of government corruption and economic hardship. remember Lebanon fought back against Israel and for that they must be punished.

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7 minutes ago, Itsjaybigjay said:

Very true, you only have to look at the US infrastructure so see its deliberately been allowed to decay.

 

Theyve had blackouts in california and the frozen windmills in texas

 

7 minutes ago, Itsjaybigjay said:

with Lebanon it seems to be a combination of government corruption and economic hardship. remember Lebanon fought back against Israel and for that they must be punished.

I think the cabal are transitioning the world into their new 'smart' green economy

Energy crisis grips the world: Lebanon runs out of power, India warns its coal-fired plants could go dark in just three days, blackouts hit China and gas prices soar in Europe

  • Lights go out in Lebanon as biggest two power stations shut due to fuel shortage 
  • Energy network unlikely to be restored for 'several days', according to officials 
  • Meanwhile, some Chinese provinces are rationing electricity amid crisis
  • Europeans are paying exorbitant prices for liquefied gas and India is low on coal  
  • Comes as world leaders prepare to meet in Glasgow for the Cop26 summit

By Lauren Lewis and Chris Jewers and Amie Gordon For Mailonline

Published: 13:18 BST, 9 October 2021 | Updated: 19:41 BST, 9 October 2021

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10075417/Lebanon-plunged-darkness-electricity-grid-shuts-running-fuel.html

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4 hours ago, Macnamara said:

 

Theyve had blackouts in california and the frozen windmills in texas

 

I think the cabal are transitioning the world into their new 'smart' green economy

 

 

It does seem like it doesn't it. I feel so sorry for the Lebanese people, and also the Yemenis. both countries are in a state of collapse.

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5 hours ago, whatthefoxhat said:

Lebanese domstic supply lines

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That's totally normal in eastern countries. basically the electricity provider installs a power pole and you connect to it. I remember being in a village in China and the village had just one power pole with the entire village connected off it. looked exactly like the above picture.

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Brother of Hezbollah MP kidnapped in northeast Lebanon

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF   
Published: DECEMBER 7, 2021 19:19
 
The brother of Hezbollah MP Ihab Hamadeh was kidnapped in Hermel in northeastern Lebanon on Tuesday evening, according to Lebanon's National News Agency.
 
Armed men opened fire at a house in the city during the kidnapping, injuring the brother's wife in her feet.
This is a developing story.
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