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Middle East power crisis: Electricity shortages strike Iran, Iraq, Lebanon and Syria

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Besides in Syria, fuel shortages affect most of the country. Some Syrians note that power cuts appear to be less frequent in the capital Damascus and its environs, as well as in coastal areas populated by supporters of President Bashar al-Assad, while the rest of the country is affected. In areas north of Damascus, residents have been complaining online for months that the cuts have reached 20 hours a day. In Aleppo, the pro-government newspaper al-Watan reported, power cuts sometimes lasted eight hours each, with an hour and a half of electricity in between.

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