Protesters clash with police in Beirut as Lebanon's government resigns
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Lebanese security forces clash with protesters near the parliament in central Beirut on August 10, 2020 following a huge chemical explosion that devastated large parts of the Lebanese capital. (AFP)
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A demonstrator throws a stone during a protest in Beirut, Lebanon, August 10. (Reuters)
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Lebanese security forces fire tear has towards protesters during clashes near the parliament in central Beirut on August 10. (AFP)
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Demonstrators take part in anti-government protests that have been ignited by a massive explosion in Beirut, Lebanon August 10. (Reuters)
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Lebanese security forces clash with protesters near the parliament in central Beirut on August 10, 2020 following a huge chemical explosion that devastated large parts of the Lebanese capital. (AFP)
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A demonstrator holds up a shield during anti-government protests that have been ignited by a massive explosion in Beirut, Lebanon August 10. (Reuters)
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A demonstrator waves a Lebanese flag during anti-government protests that have been ignited by a massive explosion in Beirut, Lebanon August 10, 2020. (Reuters)
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Updated 10 August 2020

Protesters clash with police in Beirut as Lebanon's government resigns

Despite the resignation of Lebanon's government, clashes in beirut continued into the night for the third day running as anger grows over the devastating explosion last week.