People march from the National Museum to Ain al-Mreisseh, Thursday, Oct 29, 2015. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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About 500 people marched from Beirut's National Museum to protest the government's handling of the ongoing garbage crisis Thursday.The route of the march started from the National Museum outside the hippodrome, then went through Beshara al-Khoury Street via Barbir, turning into Independence Avenue all the way to Rome street, then passed all the way down through Hamra Street, and finally reached the capital's coastal promenade, passing by the American University of Beirut to reach the last point.Referring to a remark made by Prime Minister Tammam Salam where he reportedly said that images of garbage swimming in flooded streets last Sunday were fabricated, Keserweni said that the government cannot accept its own failure.
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