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Protests force Lebanese parliament to postpone session; banks reopen

Reuters Tuesday, 19 November 2019 ()
Lebanon's parliament was blocked from holding its first session for two months on Tuesday after protesters prevented lawmakers from reaching the building, escalating a wave of demonstrations against rulers blamed for steering towards economic collapse.
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News video: Protesters celebrate as Lebanon parliament session postponed

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Demonstrators had sought to prevent MPs attending the planned session, which, they say, neglected protesters' demands.

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