Men, women and children gathered in the Lebanese capital Beirut Sunday to protest corruption and tax hikes for a fourth day, after the resignation of a key Christian party rocked the country’s fragile coalition government.
— Anon Candanga💥🌍🌎🌏 (@anon_candanga) October 19, 2019
And when the night came .. DJ in the house.
— Anon Candanga (@candanga_anon) October 19, 2019
On Sunday morning, volunteers were cleaning the streets near the parliament in Beirut while rubbish collectors righted upturned dumpsters.
— Abby Sewell (@sewella) October 19, 2019