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Hezbollah: Lebanon's next government must heed protesters

Reuters Friday, 1 November 2019 ()
The Shi'ite group Hezbollah said on Friday a new Lebanese government must listen to the demands that fueled protests against the country's rulers and led Saad al-Hariri to quit as prime minister.
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Prime Minister Saad Hariri asked to remain on caretaker capacity as army clears roads after weeks of mass protests.

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