Special ReportWaste Management In photos: People take their frustrations to the streets Beirut has witnessed a string of popular anti-government protests, triggered by the ongoing garbage crisis by Greg Demarque September 8, 2015 Greg Demarque September 8, 2015 Protesters take to the streets in anger over government corruption and inaction. August 22, 2015. Protesters take to the streets in anger over government corruption and inaction. August 22, 2015.Protester defiant in the face of armed security forces. August 22, 2015.Protesters face off with security forces in Downtown Beirut. August 22, 2015.A bystander looks calmly on as security forces use water cannons to disperse protesters. August 22, 2015.Hundreds of protesters have been injured as a result of security force brutality. August 22, 2015.Tensions mount between protesters and security forces as some see them as protectors of the system and not the people. August 22, 2015.A concrete wall was erected to prevent protesters from reaching the Serail, but was removed after just 24 hours. August 24, 2015.Protesters carry a banner which reads "Leaders shoot bullets at their people. They belong in prison, not in power." August 25, 2015.People have thrown piles of trash in front of the parliament building in protest. August 25, 2015.People are angry at Interior Minister Mashnouq for partying in Greece while protesters were being beaten up by security forces. August 29, 2015."Let's get rid of the deals of the sectarian leaders." August 29, 2015.People of all ages took to the streets to vent their anger over the trash and larger political crisis. August 29, 2015.Parents took their children to the anti-establishment protest in nationwide solidarity with the movement. August 29, 2015.Protesters attempted to cut through the barbed wire which separated them from the Serail. August 29, 2015.People have vowed to continue protesting until change is brought about. August 29, 2015. #YouStinkAnti-corruptionBeirutgarbageMohammad MashnouqPopular protestsprotestsTrash in Lebanonwaste management 0 comment 0 FacebookTwitterPinterestEmail Greg Demarque Greg Demarque is a photo journalist based in Beirut. -------------------------------------- View all posts by Greg Demarque previous post Rolls-Royce launches Dawn next post Renewing the Source You may also like What they crave July 6, 2021 Walid Slaiby Damn the torpedoes and full speed ahead July 5, 2021 Thomas Schellen A crash course to avoid the crash July 2, 2021 Nada Rizkallah Constitutional challenges and the fight against impunity July 1, 2021 Ghassan Moukheiber Renaissance people of ICT June 30, 2021 Nabil Makari Getting cozy June 29, 2021 Thomas Schellen We can rebuild it, we have the brains... June 28, 2021 Nabil Makari Could social enterprises lead Lebanon’s economic recovery? June 25, 2021 Michelle Mouracade Attracting Capital to Fintech in Lebanon June 24, 2021 Nassif Shalhoub Transparency and accountability in international assistance: The case... June 23, 2021 Rania Uwaydah Mardini Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.