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Mass outcry over chaos at Beirut's airport has reached a peak after weeks of calamity for travelers due to technical, staffing and myriad other issues.But for airport officials to describe what happened Friday as a crisis is an understatement. It was nothing short of a travel disaster, with employees jotting passenger details down by hand at check-in and travelers stuck inside with no food or water.One official has even pointed the finger at the high level of passenger traffic, when even a fourth-grader knows summer is the airport's busiest period.
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