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写真 | 2021年 01月 29日 23:32 JST

Violent protests in locked-down Lebanon

Flames rise from the municipality building that was set on fire during protests against the lockdown and worsening economic conditions, in Tripoli, Lebanon, January 28. Clashes continue between security forces and protesters angry over a strict lockdown that has cut off livelihoods in a collapsing economy.     

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Flames rise from the municipality building that was set on fire during protests against the lockdown and worsemore

Flames rise from the municipality building that was set on fire during protests against the lockdown and worsening economic conditions, in Tripoli, Lebanon, January 28. Clashes continue between security forces and protesters angry over a strict lockdown that has cut off livelihoods in a collapsing economy. REUTERS/Walid Saleh
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A woman inspects the damage inside the municipality building that was set ablaze overnight in Tripoli, January 29. It was the fourth straight night of unrest in one of Lebanon's poorest cities, after the government imposed a 24-hour curfew to curb a COVID-19 surge that has killed more than 2,500.  
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A woman inspects the damage inside the municipality building that was set ablaze overnight in Tripoli, Januarymore

A woman inspects the damage inside the municipality building that was set ablaze overnight in Tripoli, January 29. It was the fourth straight night of unrest in one of Lebanon's poorest cities, after the government imposed a 24-hour curfew to curb a COVID-19 surge that has killed more than 2,500. REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir
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Firefighters attempt to put out a vehicle on fire outside the municipality building in Tripoli, January 28. 

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Firefighters attempt to put out a vehicle on fire outside the municipality building in Tripoli, January 28. more

Firefighters attempt to put out a vehicle on fire outside the municipality building in Tripoli, January 28. REUTERS/Walid Saleh
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Demonstrators push a garbage bin during clashes with security forces near the government Serail building in Tripoli, January 28. Aid workers warn the lockdown is piling extra hardship on the poor, now more than half the population, with little government aid. 

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Demonstrators push a garbage bin during clashes with security forces near the government Serail building in Trmore

Demonstrators push a garbage bin during clashes with security forces near the government Serail building in Tripoli, January 28. Aid workers warn the lockdown is piling extra hardship on the poor, now more than half the population, with little government aid. REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim
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A woman walks inside the damaged municipality building that was set ablaze overnight in Tripoli, January 29. REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir

A woman walks inside the damaged municipality building that was set ablaze overnight in Tripoli, January 29. Rmore

A woman walks inside the damaged municipality building that was set ablaze overnight in Tripoli, January 29. REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir
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Demonstrators set fire near the government Serail building in Tripoli, January 28. REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim

Demonstrators set fire near the government Serail building in Tripoli, January 28. REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim

Demonstrators set fire near the government Serail building in Tripoli, January 28. REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim
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A demonstrator throws a tear gas canister back at security forces in Tripoli, January 28. REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim

A demonstrator throws a tear gas canister back at security forces in Tripoli, January 28. REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim

A demonstrator throws a tear gas canister back at security forces in Tripoli, January 28. REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim
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Demonstrators clash with security forces near the government Serail building during a protest against the lockdown and worsening economic conditions in Tripoli, January 28. REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim

Demonstrators clash with security forces near the government Serail building during a protest against the lockmore

Demonstrators clash with security forces near the government Serail building during a protest against the lockdown and worsening economic conditions in Tripoli, January 28. REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim
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A view shows razor wire erected by security forces near a vehicle that was burnt during protests in Tripoli, January 28. REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim

A view shows razor wire erected by security forces near a vehicle that was burnt during protests in Tripoli, Jmore

A view shows razor wire erected by security forces near a vehicle that was burnt during protests in Tripoli, January 28. REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim
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A demonstrator carries a Lebanese flag as smoke rises near the government Serail building in Tripoli, January 28. REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim

A demonstrator carries a Lebanese flag as smoke rises near the government Serail building in Tripoli, January more

A demonstrator carries a Lebanese flag as smoke rises near the government Serail building in Tripoli, January 28. REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim
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Army soldiers stand guard as demonstrators set fire near a Lebanese politician's house in Tripoli, January 28. REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim

Army soldiers stand guard as demonstrators set fire near a Lebanese politician's house in Tripoli, January 28.more

Army soldiers stand guard as demonstrators set fire near a Lebanese politician's house in Tripoli, January 28. REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim
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People carry the coffin of a protestor, who was killed in clashes between security forces and demonstrators, during his funeral in Tripoli, January 28. Omar Taybah, 30, was hit by a bullet overnight, according to a local hospital that treated him, a security source and residents. Dozens marched at his funeral during the day.  REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim

People carry the coffin of a protestor, who was killed in clashes between security forces and demonstrators, dmore

People carry the coffin of a protestor, who was killed in clashes between security forces and demonstrators, during his funeral in Tripoli, January 28. Omar Taybah, 30, was hit by a bullet overnight, according to a local hospital that treated him, a security source and residents. Dozens marched at his funeral during the day. REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim
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Demonstrators are pictured near smoke rising from tear gas in Tripoli, January 27. REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim

Demonstrators are pictured near smoke rising from tear gas in Tripoli, January 27. REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim

Demonstrators are pictured near smoke rising from tear gas in Tripoli, January 27. REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim
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Army soldiers clash with demonstrators during a protest against the lockdown and worsening economic conditions in Tripoli, January 26. REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim

Army soldiers clash with demonstrators during a protest against the lockdown and worsening economic conditionsmore

Army soldiers clash with demonstrators during a protest against the lockdown and worsening economic conditions in Tripoli, January 26. REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim
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A demonstrator gestures during a protest in Tripoli, January 27. REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim

A demonstrator gestures during a protest in Tripoli, January 27. REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim

A demonstrator gestures during a protest in Tripoli, January 27. REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim
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Army soldiers clash with demonstrators during a protest in Tripoli, January 26. REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim

Army soldiers clash with demonstrators during a protest in Tripoli, January 26. REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim

Army soldiers clash with demonstrators during a protest in Tripoli, January 26. REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim
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Army soldiers are deployed during clashes with demonstrators at a protest against the lockdown and worsening economic conditions in Tripoli, January 26. REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim

Army soldiers are deployed during clashes with demonstrators at a protest against the lockdown and worsening emore

Army soldiers are deployed during clashes with demonstrators at a protest against the lockdown and worsening economic conditions in Tripoli, January 26. REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim
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Army soldiers are deployed during clashes with demonstrators at a protest in Tripoli, January 26. REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim

Army soldiers are deployed during clashes with demonstrators at a protest in Tripoli, January 26. REUTERS/Omarmore

Army soldiers are deployed during clashes with demonstrators at a protest in Tripoli, January 26. REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim
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A vehicle set on fire by demonstrators is pictured during a protest in Tripoli, January 26. REUTERS/Walid Saleh

A vehicle set on fire by demonstrators is pictured during a protest in Tripoli, January 26. REUTERS/Walid Salemore

A vehicle set on fire by demonstrators is pictured during a protest in Tripoli, January 26. REUTERS/Walid Saleh
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Garbage bins, set on fire by demonstrators, block a road in Tripoli, January 26. REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim

Garbage bins, set on fire by demonstrators, block a road in Tripoli, January 26. REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim

Garbage bins, set on fire by demonstrators, block a road in Tripoli, January 26. REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim
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Demonstrators set fire near the government Serail building in Tripoli, January 26. REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim

Demonstrators set fire near the government Serail building in Tripoli, January 26. REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim

Demonstrators set fire near the government Serail building in Tripoli, January 26. REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim
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Demonstrators set a garbage bin on fire and block a road during a protest in Tripoli, January 26. REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim

Demonstrators set a garbage bin on fire and block a road during a protest in Tripoli, January 26. REUTERS/Omarmore

Demonstrators set a garbage bin on fire and block a road during a protest in Tripoli, January 26. REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim
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Smoke rises as stones are seen on the ground during a protest against the lockdown and worsening economic conditions in Tripoli, January 27. REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim

Smoke rises as stones are seen on the ground during a protest against the lockdown and worsening economic condmore

Smoke rises as stones are seen on the ground during a protest against the lockdown and worsening economic conditions in Tripoli, January 27. REUTERS/Omar Ibrahim
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