epa08525590 Anti-government protestors block the main road by garbage bins during a protest over deteriorating living conditions and after Lebanese government raised subsidized bread prices, in Beirut, Lebanon, 03 July 2020. Lebanon has been seeing months of protests against the current government fueled by the dire state of the domestic economy. Many citizens fear that the combination of rising unemployment, poverty, sectarian tensions, the devaluation of the Lebanese pound and the ongoing pandemic of the COVID-19 disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus may spark another violent conflict, three decades after the end of the Middle Eastern nation's devastating civil war.  EPA/WAEL HAMZEH
Lebanese anti-government protestors block a main road by garbage bins over deteriorating living conditions. Citizens fear a combination of rising unemployment, poverty, sectarian tensions, the devaluaShow more

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