In Lebanon, citizens are angry that their government cannot provide them with even the most basic services. After years of water shortages and rolling blackouts, its halting of garbage collection was the tipping point, provoking protests that transcend religious differences. Special correspondent Jane Ferguson reports on how a trash crisis is raising calls for revolution.
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