Lebanese Hold Mass 'You Stink' Rally Against Politicians

  • Lebanese anti-government protesters hold signs and give the thumbs up during a demonstration against the on-going trash crisis and government corruption, in downtown Beirut, Lebanon. |AP
  • Lebanese anti-government protesters hold placards during a demonstration in Martyrs' Square, downtown Beirut, Lebanon. |AP
  • A Lebanese activists holds a placard during a mass rally against a political class seen as corrupt and incapable of providing basic services. |AFP
  • A Lebanese anti-government protester hold a placard during a demonstration in Martyrs' Square, downtown Beirut, Lebanon. |AP
  • Lebanese demonstrators prepare their placards before the start of an anti-government protest organised by a civil society frustrated with a political class they see as corrupt and incapable of providing basic services at Beirut's iconic Martyrs Square. |AFP
  • A Lebanese anti-government protesters hold satirical posters mocking politicians during a demonstration against the ongoing trash crisis and government corruption, in downtown Beirut, Lebanon. |AP
  • Lebanese model Miriam Klink, a well known personality and performer, poses during a demonstration against the ongoing trash crisis and government corruption, in downtown Beirut, Lebanon. |AP
  • Lebanese anti-government protesters wave placards and shout slogans during a demonstration against the ongoing trash crisis and government corruption, in downtown Beirut, Lebanon. |AP
  • A Lebanese anti-government protester looks at pictures of Lebanese politicians on "unwanted " posters during a demonstration against the ongoing trash crisis and government corruption, in downtown Beirut, Lebanon. |AP
  • A Lebanese protester raises a poster bearing an image of Lebanese origin Porn Star Mia Khalifa and reading "It is true that this woman does sex but she is more decent then them" during a mass rally against a political class seen as corrupt and incapable of providing basic services at the iconic Martyrs Square in Beirut. |AFP
  • A Lebanese anti-government protester holds a placard during a demonstration against the ongoing trash crisis and government corruption, in downtown Beirut, Lebanon. |AP
  • Lebanese protesters wear Guy Fawkes masks used by the anonymous movement during a mass rally against a political class seen as corrupt and incapable of providing basic services. |AFP
  • A lebanese young man holds a placard as he arrives for an anti-government protest organised by a civil society frustrated with a political class they see as corrupt and incapable of providing basic services at Beirut's iconic Martyrs Square. |AFP
  • A Lebanese anti-government protester shouts slogans during a demonstration against the ongoing trash crisis and government corruption, in downtown Beirut, Lebanon.|AP
  • A Lebanese protester wears glasses in the shape of national flags during a mass rally against a political class seen as corrupt and incapable of providing basic services at the iconic Martyrs Square in Beirut. |AFP
  • Lebanese activists hold a placard as they gather during a mass rally against a political class seen as corrupt and incapable of providing basic services. |AFP