Remnants of the burnt medication could be seeping into Ibl al-Saqi stream, which connects to the Hasbani and Wazzani rivers.
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A large number of expired glass medication vials were thrown into a garbage dump between Wata Khiam and the outskirts of Ibl al-Saqi village, near Marjayoun. Allegedly, the recurring incident took place under the cover of darkness and the identity of those behind the environmental violations are still unknown. The remnants of the burnt medication could be seeping into Ibl al-Saqi stream, which eventually connects to the Hasbani and Wazzani rivers. Some medication was still full and sitting in boxes.
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