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Euronews 18 Oct 2020

Anti-government rallies held across Belarus despite regime threats

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Police have detained protesters at a rally in the Belarus capital Minsk as anti-government protests show no signs of abating


Lebanese anti-government protesters marched along the road leading to the presidential palace in Beirut, Saturday.

Security forces were out in large numbers to monitor the rally and detained some of the demonstrators.

Tension is high in Lebanon following last month's devastating explosion at Beirut's port, which killed nearly 200 people, and after another mysterious and huge blaze at the same site Thursday.

The August 4 explosion was caused by the detonation of nearly 3,000 tons of ammonium nitrates that had been improperly stored at the port for years.

More than five weeks later, it is still not clear what started the fire that ignited the chemicals, and no one has been held accountable so far.

(AP)
Lebanese anti-government protesters marched along the road leading to the presidential palace in Beirut on Saturday. Security forces were out in large numbers to monitor the rally and detained some of the demonstrators. (Sept 12)
Bulgarian anti-government protesters, who started a movement against Prime Minister Boyko Borissov back in July, are still calling for the entire government to resign.
Anti government demo reach Mexico City main square

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