Six months after the long-running trash crisis appeared to be over in Lebanon, piles of rubbish are again clogging up the streets.
Two landfills were re-opened in March but promises by the government to open new recycling facilities and a waste-treatment plant have so far not been met.
Doctors are now warning of a major public health crisis.
Al Jazeera’s Imtiaz Tyab reports from D’Amour Baewerta, Lebanon.
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