TOPSHOT - Lebanese anti-government protesters wave the national flag during a demonstration in downtown Beirut on November 17, 2019. Thousands of Lebanese took to the streets today, as an unprecedented protest movement which took off on October 17 against the ruling elite deemed corrupt, entered its second month with the country gripped in political and economic uncertainty. / AFP / Patrick BAZ
 Lebanese anti-government protesters wave the national flag during a demonstration in downtown Beirut against the ruling elite deemed corrupt. Afp

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