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Mark Twain Wreaths of brooms instead of roses are hung in front of official headquarters by protesters on the occasion of the Lebanese Independence Day, in Beirut, Lebanon. (Nabil Ismail) Yolande Labaki immersed with dolls that she has made to be distributed among girls who lost their dolls due to the Beirut Blast, in the Achrafieh area of Beirut, Lebanon. (Akram Nehme) A military truck patrols on the street, while all civilian vehicles are banned due to restriction measures against COVID-19, in Beirut, Lebanon. (Bilal Jawich / Xinhua) A picture of Salim Saad, a teacher sitting on the sidewalk with his laptop to use the internet of a closed nearby café went viral, shedding light on the challenges of distance learning during the coronavirus pandemic, in Saida, Lebanon. (Sana Helwee / Facebook) Samih Zreik stands in front of his house, painted in tribute to Lebanon following the Beirut blast, in Dearborn, Michigan, US. (Carlos Osorio / AP) 204 pairs of shoes displayed for the 204 people killed in the Beirut blast , on the occasion of Independence Day, in front of the Lebanese Consulate in Montreal, Canada. (Meghterbin Mejtemiin Montreal) A woman reacts outside a detention centre where more than 60 prisoners escaped, near Beirut, Lebanon. (Marwan Naamani / DPA) Policemen stand where 5 prisoners have died after their getaway car hit a tree following a mass jail-break in Hadath, Lebanon. (Mohamed Azakir / REUTERS) A partially-completed 300-square-metre Lebanese national flag made up from plastic bottles, caps, and empty bullet cartridge in Bnachii, Lebanon. (Ibrahim Chalhoub / AFP) Vehicles drive under yellow maple trees on Beirut-Damascus international road, in the area of Sawfar, east of Beirut, Lebanon. (JOSEPH EID / AFP) A view of empty roads during nationwide COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic lockdown in Dbayeh area north Beirut, Lebanon. (WAEL HAMZEH / EPA)