An image grab from a video posted to the Facebook page of the You Stink group shows an aerial view of garbage dumped into a natural ravine somewhere in Lebanon. (The Daily Star/You Stink)
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Lebanon's Tourism Ministry Tuesday threatened legal action against the You Stink activist group for using its logo in a mock video displaying stomach-churning scenes from the country's eight-month-long garbage crisis.The video was a spoof of a promotional film produced by the Tourism Ministry that shows scenes of Lebanon's natural and touristic sites shot from a bird's-eye view.You Stink said later Tuesday in a Facebook post that the Tourism Ministry has asked it to either remove the video, or face prosecution.
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