Lebanon protests enter 20th day

UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (OBSERVATORY VIDEO) — Protests are being held for the twentieth day across Lebanon.

Many roads are being blocked by demonstrators as they call on the ruling elite to go.

Despite the prime minister handing in his resignation, there has been no sign of progress towards an agreement on a new government.

Stefanie Dekker reports from Jal el-Dib north of Beirut, where the army has started clearing one of the main highways.


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