Lebanese government agrees plan to resolve waste crisis

By REUTERS
September 10, 2015 00:08

 
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BEIRUT - Lebanon's government agreed a plan to resolve a waste disposal crisis late on Wednesday, ending a dispute that has caused piles of rubbish to fester on Beirut's streets and triggered a wave of popular protests.

The agreement, reached during an emergency cabinet meeting called by Prime Minister Tammam Salam, gives municipalities a main role in treating local waste.

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