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PHOTO GALLERY: Anti-government protest in Lebanon amid third round of the National dialogue


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A Lebanese anti-government protester is seen through barbed wire as he waves his national flag, on a road leading to the parliament building where Lebanese political leaders held their third dialogue session, in downtown Beirut, Lebanon, Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2015 (AP)
Lebanon
Imad Bazzi, one of the organisers of the "You Stink" anti-government campaign, kicks a ball towards a blocked street leading to the parliament building, where the third session of the national dialogue talks aimed at discussing ways out of a political crisis is taking place, in downtown Beirut, Lebanon September 22, 2015 (Reuters)
Lebanon
Lebanese anti-government protesters take a selfie as they sit on a cement barrier that blocks a road leading to the parliament building where Lebanese political leaders held their third dialogue session, in downtown Beirut, Lebanon, Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2015 (AP)
Lebanon
A protester gestures as anti-riot policemen block a street leading to the parliament building, where a third session of the national dialogue talks aimed at discussing ways out of a political crisis is taking place, in downtown Beirut, Lebanon September 22, 2015 (Reuters)
Lebanon
Lebanon's Druze leader Walid Jumblatt (R) attends with other politicians a third session of the national dialogue talks aimed at discussing ways out of a political crisis, at the parliament building, in downtown Beirut, Lebanon September 22, 2015 (Reuters)
Lebanon
Politicians including Lebanese Prime Minister Tammam Salam attend a third session of the national dialogue talks aimed at discussing ways out of a political crisis, at the parliament building, in downtown Beirut, Lebanon September 22, 2015 (Reuters)
Lebanon
(From R to L) Leader of the Syrian Social Nationalist Party in Lebanon Assaad Hardan, Head of Lebanon's Hezbollah's parliamentary bloc Mohamed Raad and leader of the Marada movement Suleiman Franjieh attend a third session of the national dialogue talks aimed at discussing ways out of a political crisis, at the parliament building, in downtown Beirut, Lebanon September 22, 2015 (Reuters)
Lebanon
Lebanon's Prime Minister Tammam Salam (L) gestures as Lebanese Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri (C) and Lebanese Christian leader Michel Aoun (R) are seen during a third session of the national dialogue talks aimed at discussing ways out of a political crisis, at the parliament building, in downtown Beirut, Lebanon September 22, 2015 (Reuters)
Lebanon
A Lebanese anti-government protester holds his national flag, as he walks on a cement barrier that blocks a road leading to the parliament building where Lebanese political leaders held their third dialogue session, in downtown Beirut, Lebanon, Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2015. The Arabic words sprayed on the cement barrier:"Neither cement nor steel will protect the council (Parliament) extended its term, get lost we want to live." (AP)
Lebanon
Lebanese anti-government protesters wave Lebanese flags, as they gather on a road leading to the parliament building where Lebanese political leaders held their third dialogue session, in downtown Beirut, Lebanon, Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2015 (AP)
Lebanon
Lebanese anti-government protesters talk to each other and wave Lebanese flags, as they gather on a road leading to the parliament building where Lebanese political leaders held their third dialogue session, in downtown Beirut, Lebanon, Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2015 (AP)
Lebanon
Lebanese anti-government protesters, sit on a cement barrier that blocks a road leading to the parliament building where Lebanese political leaders held their third dialogue session, in downtown Beirut, Lebanon, Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2015 (AP)
Lebanon
A Lebanese anti-government protester, with a cartoon character tattooed on his leg, stands on a barrier in front of riot policemen, on a road leading to the parliament building where Lebanese political leaders held their third dialogue session, in downtown Beirut, Lebanon, Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2015 (AP)
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