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Supporters of Lebanese Shi'ite groups pull down protesters' tents in Beirut

Reuters Tuesday, 29 October 2019 ()
Supporters of the Lebanese Shi'ite groups Hezbollah and Amal fought with protesters at a roadblock on a main road in Beirut on Tuesday, pulling down their tents and leading police to step in, Reuters witnesses said.
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