Aug 23, 2015

Police, Anti-Government Protesters Again Clash in Beirut - ABC News

Lebanese riot police sprayed thousands of protesters with water cannons and hurled stones at them Sunday in downtown Beirut, marking the second day mass demonstrations against an ongoing trash crisis have become violence. The violence came hours after Prime Minister Tammam Salam hinted he...

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