Gap Fill - Newspapers - Level 4


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Lebanon's English-language was published on Thursday without any . It had largely pages. The front page said "Lebanon". The inside pages had about the country's . The back page had a photo of a cedar with the caption: "Wake up before it's too ." The newspaper said it had, "refrained from publishing news articles" to protest against the country's economy and political .

Speaking about the protest, the -in-chief said: "The is to ring the alarm about all the challenges that our country is facing." She called on " and everyone to pull together". Some of the in the paper highlighted a government , pollution, public , unemployment and illegal flooding the country. The editor-in-chief said: "It's that people take notice of these and think."

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