A general view shows rubbish piled up next to a highway bridge at the eastern entrance to the Lebanese capital, Beirut, on January 5, 2016. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID
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Lebanon waste export documents forged: Russian officialA Russian official has denied that his country's environment ministry had expressed readiness to receive Lebanon's piles of trash, describing a document received by Lebanese authorities as "fake". The head of Lebanon's Council for Development and Reconstruction Nabil Jisr told The Daily Star last week that the country is waiting for Russia to confirm its readiness to receive Lebanon's trash.Jisr had said that Britain's Chinook Urban Mining International obtained Russia's approval to take in Lebanon's trash.
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