People in Lebanon’s capital woke up to the following scene of the river that runs at the edge of the city:
Since we’re very close to lent, some people have gotten a new feel for religion and called this a miracle, à la Jesus turning water into wine.
Greenpeace, however, has decided to investigate the matter and has taken water samples from the water. Or it could be a consequence of snow melting, soil erosion, dust or any other natural consequence of the current weather.
Either way, I still have no clue why people call this a river.
It turned out to be a dye that was thrown into the river.
Thanks for pointing that out.
I actually find this awesome :p
It is :p
But the reason behind it isn’t.
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We covered the red river spill here:
And linked to your image. Nice reporting!
Checked your blog. Thank you for the reference.
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