Lebanon’s long-troubled public water system is being pushed closer to the brink of collapse.
Water has been in short supply for decades, with people forced to pay for private supplies, but the situation is now critical.
Aid agencies say taps could run dry for at least 70 percent of the population.
Al Jazeera’s Sara Khairat reports from Beirut, Lebanon.
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