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Piles of waste resemble a river of garbage in the Lebanese capital, Beirut on February 24, 2016.
Lebanon canceled a plan to export its waste to Russia, sending Beirut's six-month garbage crisis back to square one as mountains of trash choke the city's air and streets.
Piles of waste resemble a river of garbage in the Lebanese capital, Beirut on February 24, 2016.
Lebanon canceled a plan to export its waste to Russia, sending Beirut's six-month garbage crisis back to square one as mountains of trash choke the city's air and streets.

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