Lebanon's tourism takes hit
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Lebanon's tourism takes hit

Lebanon's tourism takes hit

Lebanon's tourism minister Joseph Sarkis said the country's tourism industry could miss out on billions of dollars in revenue this year because of tension that has prompted travel warnings from Gulf states, reported Reuters. Sarkis said the outlook for the tourism sector was 'not encouraging' as the country has dealt with war, assassinations, bombings, a deep political dispute and civil strife over the last three years. Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Bahrain have all advised their citizens against travelling to Lebanon.

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