Beirut, Miche Miche, Kqed discussed on All Things Considered

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Thin this municipal building in the small village of mishmash near where the cedar trees burned. This year, a firefighter teaches some 55 volunteers about wildfires. He organizes say they were inundated with applications from residents even though firefighting is dangerous, and the job is not paid on even people far away in Beirut, the crowded and polluted capital are worried about the cedars. Lend off Lebanese people. It's the land off theaters first on a smoke up God earns an art gallery and just opened an exhibition of paintings and sculptures, toe honor the cedar tree and Lebanese forests. She says they offer a sense of protection to Beirut. Ease who've seen their city suffer a huge explosion in August on economic crisis. And corrupt leadership. It's the sheltered in which we can find Mm. We think secure and we have rules with all our roots in this hand, she says. See the first offer People hope. And now those two are under threat. Briefs Sherlock NPR NEWS Miche Miche, Lebanon This'd is NPR news, and this is KQED Public radio..

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