Lebanon's prime minister reverses a daylight savings decision that caused chaos
Lebanon’s prime minister delayed the start of daylight savings to let Muslims break their Ramadan fasts earlier. But the move unleashed so much chaos and unearthed so many sectarian divides that the government had to reverse the decision.
NPR’s Ruth Sherlock shares the latest from Beirut.
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