How greed fueled Lebanon’s deadly milk and medicine shortage

A pharmacy employee looks through mostly empty medicine cabinets at the Rafik Hariri University Hospital in Beirut.

Beirut/Akkar, Lebanon — Ammouneh Haydar sits on a plastic chair in the sparsely furnished apartment she hasn’t left for a month. As the sun sets, a single fluorescent lamp casts its weak…

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