Activists from the "You Stink" anti-government movement remove trash from the Beirut River as it flows towards the Mediterranean Sea, in Karantina, east of Beirut, Lebanon, Sunday, Oct. 25, 2015. (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar)
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Activists from the You Stink campaign launched a new set of actions Thursday to remind the government of the infesting trash crisis amid the absence of any tangible solutions, scattering garbage outside 11 ministries across Beirut.Another video purported to show an activist departing from a car near the Labor Ministry.The group later said in a post that activist Sakina Fawaz was arrested outside the Ministry of the Displaced in Mina al-Hosn, while Claude Jabr was detained near the Environment Ministry in the Azarieh Building in Downtown Beirut.Activists dumping trash bags by the Interior Ministry were banned from filming.
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