Lebanon's protesters angry over worsening economy

Fiscal reforms are needed but Lebanon has been without a functioning government since elections in May.

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    Public anger is growing as economic conditions worsen.

    Protesters are calling for reforms, but the country hasn't had a working government for eight months.

    The high cost of living makes it hard to make ends meet for many.

    Civilians and some politicians believe little will change as the same political elite remains in charge.

    Al Jazeera's Zeina Khodr reports from Beirut.


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