PARALIMNI, Cyprus (AP) – Many well-off Lebanese who escaped their country’s economic downfall to new life in neighboring island nation of Cyprus say the transition has been a whirlwind of emotions.
They are grateful that they did not have to turn to smugglers and embark on risky Mediterranean crossings to reach European coasts. But they also feel guilty for leaving family and friends behind to fight Lebanon’s unprecedented crises – a failed economy, political uncertainty and social upheaval.
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