Fuel shortages are driving Lebanon to the brink

As Lebanon's economic crisis deepens, and with its currency losing more than 90% of its value, the Lebanese now face fuel shortages and long queues at gas stations. The government has also cut fuel subsidizes, resulting in an increase in fuel prices. 20 liters of gasoline now cost $47 on the official exchange rate instead of $30. While 20 liters of diesel cost $37 instead of $21. France 24's Sally Farhat reports.