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PHOTO GALLERY: Lebanon protesters clash with security forces over trash crisis


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Policemen spray water to disperse people protesting against a rubbish collection problem near the government palace in Beirut, Lebanon August 19, 2015(Reuters)
Lebanon
Members from the Palestinian Fateh Movement take position during a clashes that erupted with the Islamic group of Fateh al-Islam in the Palestinian refugee camp of Ein el-Hilweh near the port city of Sidon, Lebanon, Saturday, Aug. 22, 2015 (AP)
Lebanon
Lebanese policemen stop an activist, center, who was trying to remove barriers to cross to the government house, during a protest against the ongoing trash crisis, in downtown Beirut, Lebanon, Wednesday, Aug. 19, 2015 (AP)
Lebanon
A medic stands near a Lebanese army soldier manning a checkpoint at an entrance to the Ain al-Hilweh Palestinian refugee camp, as Palestinian Fatah gunmen fire their weapons at militants of Islamist group Jund al-Sham near the port-city of Sidon, southern Lebanon August 23, 2015 Hashisho (Reuters)
Lebanon
Smoke rises from the Ain al-Hilweh Palestinian refugee camp, during clashes between Palestinian Fatah gunmen and militants of Islamist group Jund al-Sham near the port-city of Sidon, southern Lebanon August 23, 2015 (Reuters)
Lebanon
Demonstrators gesture as Lebanese riot police use tear gas during a protest against the ongoing trash crisis, in downtown Beirut, Lebanon, Saturday, Aug. 22, 2015 (AP)
Lebanon
A Lebanese activist is sprayed with water, by riot police, while he tries to cross to the government house, during a protest against the ongoing trash crisis, in front of the government house, in downtown Beirut, Lebanon, Wednesday, Aug. 19, 2015 (AP)
Lebanon
An ambulance leaves the Ain al-Hilweh Palestinian refugee camp, as a Palestinian Fatah gunman fires his weapon at militants of Islamist group Jund al-Sham near the port-city of Sidon, southern Lebanon August 23, 2015 (Reuters)
Lebanon
Palestinian residents of Ain al-Hilweh refugee camp wait outside the camp, during clashes between Palestinian Fatah gunmen and militants of Islamist group Jund al-Sham in the area, near the port-city of Sidon, southern Lebanon August 23, 2015 (Reuters)
Lebanon
Lebanese activists try to remove a barbed wire barrier to cross to the government house, during a protest against the ongoing trash crisis, in downtown Beirut, Lebanon, Sunday, Aug. 23, 2015 (AP)
Lebanon
Lebanese activists, right, clash with policemen, left, as they try to cross to the government house during a protest against the ongoing trash crisis, in downtown Beirut, Lebanon, Sunday, Aug. 23, 2015 (AP)
Lebanon
A Lebanese army soldier mans a checkpoint at an entrance to the Ain al-Hilweh Palestinian refugee camp, as Palestinian Fatah gunmen fire their weapons at militants of Islamist group Jund al-Sham near the port-city of Sidon, southern Lebanon August 23, 2015 (Reuters)
Lebanon
Black smoke rises from a burning car which was set alight during a clashes that erupted between the Palestinian Fateh Movement and the Islamic group of Fateh al-Islam in the Palestinian refugee camp of Ein el-Hilweh near the port city of Sidon, Lebanon, Saturday, Aug. 22, 2015(AP)
Lebanon
Lebanese activists are sprayed with water as they try to cross to the government house, during a protest against the ongoing trash crisis, in downtown Beirut, Lebanon, Wednesday, Aug. 19, 2015 (AP)
Lebanon
Members of the Islamic Medical Association stand at an entrance of Ain al-Hilweh Palestinian refugee camp during clashes between Palestinian Fatah gunmen and militants of Islamist group Jund al-Sham in the area, near the port-city of Sidon, southern Lebanon August 23, 2015 (Reuters)
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Lebanese protesters clash near government buildings with security forces who donned riot gear and used tear gas, water cannons, and gunfire to disperse the crowds over the country's trash crisis

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