Lebanon Protests

In the wake of a rubbish crisis that saw piles of garbage build up on the streets of Beirut and beyond,people decided enough was enough.

They formed a grassroots movement under the #YouStink banner, and did something unique in a country riven by sectarian divisions, uniting regardless of religious or political belief to pressure the government into change.

The result was a series of mass protests, some of which ended violently. Here are a collection of images I took of the movement, which continues….

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