Lebanese anti-government protesters throw stones at security forces in Beirut on Monday. Photo: EPA-EFELebanese anti-government protesters throw stones at security forces in Beirut on Monday. Photo: EPA-EFE
Lebanese anti-government protesters throw stones at security forces in Beirut on Monday. Photo: EPA-EFE

Lebanon government resigns amid fury over Beirut blast

  • Prime Minister Hassan Diab says Cabinet stepping down, as protests continue to rock nations capital
  • Deadly explosion was last straw for many ordinary Lebanese after protracted crisis over collapse of economy, endemic corruption and dysfunctional governance

Topic |   Middle East
Lebanese anti-government protesters throw stones at security forces in Beirut on Monday. Photo: EPA-EFELebanese anti-government protesters throw stones at security forces in Beirut on Monday. Photo: EPA-EFE
Lebanese anti-government protesters throw stones at security forces in Beirut on Monday. Photo: EPA-EFE
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