Rubbish has piled up on beaches, mountain forests and river beds across Lebanon since the closure in July of a landfill
The government has awarded two foreign companies 18 month contracts to transport Lebanon's waste by sea
Tammam Salam said a truck full of waste had driven through the streets of Beirut before dumping its load in the street
The aim of change is not to simply replace who is in power
Police in Beirut clashed with anti-corruption demonstrators trying to break through barbed wire protecting Lebanon’s parliament on Wednesday, ...
Many may disagree over Lebanese Forces leader Samir Geagea’s decision to boycott the national dialogue session, called for by parliament speaker ...
With the remnants of Lebanon’s massive trash crisis still evident on the streets of Beirut, some of its residents are keeping their spirits up in a ...
The long-term plan gives municipalities a main role in treating waste and assigns two landfills near the border with Syria
The You Stink street protests, disgusted by refuse and corruption, have exposed the political class and its followers
Only a small number of people turned out Saturday at demonstrations around Lebanon to protest what they call a corrupt political class
Lebanese abroad have not let distance stop them from participating in the #YouStink movement
There cannot be a republic without a president, and state institutions cannot meet the people’s demands without regulating their work
Appeal comes after lawmakers again failed in their 28th bid to elect a new president and fill the post left vacant since May 2014
The country has been ruled by the same political elite for years, many of them warlords during the civil war
Over the last week, Lebanon's government has been paralyzed as the capital Beirut was rocked with fierce street protests
Organisers of the 'You Stink' campaign have postponed planned protests and said they would explain their decision later in the day
‘The people want to topple the regime!’ protesters cried out, a slogan used during the Arab Spring protests
With the dark sky overlooking Beirut, tracer bullets were visible flying over Martyr’s square
Thousands called for the Lebanese government to resign in the wake of a dispute which left rubbish uncollected in the streets for weeks
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