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54 injured in Lebanon: violence erupts in Beirut as police clash with anti-government protesters

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54 injured in Lebanon: violence erupts in Beirut as police clash with anti-government protesters

54 injured in Lebanon: violence erupts in Beirut as police clash with anti-government protesters

Dozens were wounded late on Saturday as police clashed with anti-government protesters.

It was one of the most violent confrontations since demonstrations began in October.View on euronews

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