Lebanon POW: 30 January – 5 February
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No one has been barred on account of his race from fighting or dying for America, there are no white or coloured signs on the foxholes or graveyards of battle.

John F. Kennedy
Journalist Moussa Assi is seen talking to the press, during a sit-in protest by journalists refusing the trial of media practitioners before a non-specialized court, in front of the Palace of Justice in Beirut, Lebanon. (Marwan Tahtah)
A Lebanese student is kept in a precautionary isolation room after arriving from China, in the Rafic Hariri Hospital, in Beirut, Lebanon. (Hamad Hassan / Twitter)
Members of the Internal security forces looking at a banner of a protester, in front of an office for the national carrier MEA, in Beirut, Lebanon. (Nabil Ismail)
Store windows boarded up after protests that turned violent, in Downtown Beirut, Lebanon. (Nabil Ismail)
Lebanese Leila Geagea morning as she grieved the loss of three of her children after they were allegedly ploughed into by a drunk driver in Oatlands in Sydney’s western suburbs, Australia. (Matrix News / Daily Mail Australia)
Artists showcase their artworks during the “Lebanon’s Innovative Day” at Martyrs’ Square in Beirut, Lebanon. (Bilal Jawich / Xinhua)
Protesters carrying a banner that read “If the people are hungry, they eat their leaders”, during a demonstration in downtown Beirut, Lebanon. (Matthieu Karam / L’OrientLejour)
Anti-government protesters chant slogans, during ongoing protests against the Lebanese government in front of the Central Bank, in Beirut, Lebanon. (Hassan Ammar / AP)
An anti-government protester holds an Arabic placard that reads: “Chebaa farms are Lebanese and Jerusalem is an Arab land,” during ongoing protests against the Lebanese government outside the building of the Lebanese Association of Banks, in Beirut, Lebanon. (Hassan Ammar / AP)
Anti-government protesters wave Lebanese flags and chant slogans, during ongoing protests against the Lebanese government, in Beirut, Lebanon. (Hassan Ammar / AP)
An employee of Lebanon’s only English-language newspaper The Daily Star, opens the main door of the newspaper office after it has announced that it’s temporarily suspending its print edition because of financial challenges, in Beirut, Lebanon. (Hussein Malla / AP)
A Palestinian refugee attends a protest against U.S. President Donald Trump’s Middle East peace plan, in Ain al-Hilweh Palestinian refugee camp, near Saida, Lebanon.(Ali Hashisho / REUTERS)
Members of Hezbollah carry the coffin of the fellow comrade Abbas Mohammed Taha, who was killed while fighting with Syrian regime forces in Aleppo, during his funeral in Baalbek in the eastern Bekaa Valley, Lebanon. (AFP)
Armed Palestinians take part in a rally against the US-brokered proposal for a settlement of the Middle East conflict, organised in Ain el-Helweh, Lebanon’s largest Palestinian refugee camp, near the southern coastal city of Saida, Lebanon. (Mahmoud ZAYYAT / AFP)
Rudy Hanna (L), 22 years old, and Mark Darido (R), 24 years old, work inside a tent selling juice and traditional Lebanese saj flatbread with cheese and zaatar, after one of them lost his job due to his participation in the protests, at Martyr’s square in Beirut, Lebanon. (WAEL HAMZEH / EPA)
A supporter of the Lebanese communist party attends a protest against the so-called ‘Deal of the Century’ and the US policy next to the US Embassy at Awkar north of Beirut, Lebanon. (NABIL MOUNZER / EPA)
People take part in an anti-government protest in front of the Banks Association Building in downtown Beirut, Lebanon. (NABIL MOUNZER / EPA)
People take part in an anti-government protest in front of the Banks Association Building in downtown Beirut, Lebanon. (NABIL MOUNZER / EPA)
Anti-government protesters wave national flags during a protest on a road leading to the parliament building in downtown Beirut, Lebanon. (WAEL HAMZEH / EPA)


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