Aug 23, 2015

Lebanese protesters just want the government to remove trash from the streets

Lebanese citizens took to the streets of Beirut on Saturday and Sunday to call for a fairly simple thing: trash removal. Garbage has been piling up in the streets after protesters blocked the entrance to the nation's biggest landfill in July, which has exceeded its capacity. Welcome to the #Lebanese University, Faculty of Law, Political and Administrative Sciences, Jal El Dib. #طلعت_ريحتكم...

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