Lebanon seeks financial lifeline from IMF

Lebanon seeks financial lifeline from IMF
BEIRUT, LEBANON - AUGUST 14, 2014: Street cafe in Beirut Central District (Centre Ville) at summer sunny day.

Lebanon’s leaders are seeking a financial lifeline from the International Monetary Fund

(STL.News) Talks began on Wednesday with Lebanon seeking a multi-billion-dollar bailout to avoid bankruptcy.  The United Nations coordinator in Lebanon says Lebanese negotiators are aware that blank cheques will not be handed out.

Al Jazeera’s Zeina Khodr reports from Beirut.

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