Aug 22, 2015

Lebanese Fire Tear Gas at Protesters Over Trash Crisis - ABC News

Police have unleashed tear gas and water cannons on thousands of Lebanese demonstrating in downtown Beirut against government corruption and political dysfunction that has left garbage accumulating in the streets in suburbs of the capital for over a month. Protesters on Saturday shouted...

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