Lebanon rooftops bustle as virus shifts life upstairs

Usually the kingdom of water tanks and satellite dishes,Lebanon’srooftops have recently been graced by unlikely scenes of locked-down residents fleeing their flats.Deprived of rehearsal rooms or workshops by restrictions imposed to stem the spread of the novel coronavirus, or just needing some extra breathing space, many people have found solace without leaving their buildings.Several have ventured onto their roofs to escape the lockdown after taking to the streets in recent months as part of nationwide protests against rulers deemed corrupt and inept.AFPphotographer Joseph Eid spent weeks sca…

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