Waste Management Crisis
Coordinator of the Lebanese Corruption Observatory Charles Saba on Tuesday said that the cleanup of the Zouk Mosbeh shore won’t be for free, noting that the damage caused by the waste drift benefits the contractors as they will get paid twice. “The waste crisis is bigger than people think. It has been a funding source for some parties since 1994," Saba said in an interview with Voice of Lebanon radio station.
A busy road in Zalka reportedly received a very unexpected visitor a few days ago as a huge snake had somehow found itself slithering right in the middle of the road. The snake’s presence effectively blocked traffic after it had crashed into a car and broke its front light.