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Thousands of Lebanon demonstrators keep pressure on government as protests enter 4th day

FOXNews.com Sunday, 20 October 2019
Tens of thousands of demonstrators flooded and danced in the streets of Lebanon on Sunday as a series of anti-government protests entered the fourth day.
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News video: Lebanon's protests gain momentum on third day

Lebanon's protests gain momentum on third day 03:00

Protesters are once again calling for political change in Lebanon, with people joining demonstrations against the government for a third day.

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