Lebanese Protesters Call For End to Sectarian Government At Beirut Rally
BEIRUT, LEBANON - NOVEMBER 3: Thousands of Lebanese protesters wave flags and rally against sectarian government and call for the removal of the country's entire political class, beneath a sign of a large fist and the Arabic word for "Revolution" (Thawra) in Martyrs' Square, on November 3, 2019, in Beirut, Lebanon. Triggered by a tax on free social media call services on Oct. 17, Lebanese from across the country and from all of the nation's 18 recognized religious sects rose up and filled the streets in anger, chanting against corruption, poor services, and high unemployment, which prompted the resignation of Prime Minister Saad Hariri on Oct. 29. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Getty Images)
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