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Lebanon protests: New government ends months of deadlockThere has been a caretaker administration since October, when mass anti-government protests erupted.
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Beirut shaken by 'barbaric' protests crackdownAn upsurge of violence in Lebanon's protests against the ruling elite, with police meting out beatings and protesters hurling stones, has alarmed rights groups and whipped up public fury.
How Lebanon’s protests and debt crisis collidedOnce known for its resilience, the country’s fragile financial system has left it vulnerable
Lebanon protests: University professor Hassan Diab nominated to be PMHassan Diab's candidacy gets majority backing, as anti-government protests continue.
Lebanon protests: Video sparks fresh clashes in BeirutShia youths were angered by a clip that they they believed insulted revered Shia figures.
Lebanon protests: Caretaker PM Saad Hariri withdraws candidacyThe caretaker PM hopes his decision will prompt parliamentary blocs to quickly agree a replacement.
Lebanon protests: Rival political factions clash again in BeirutGunfire was heard as supporters of the prime minister fought with those of Hezbollah and Amal.
Lebanon protests: Confronting the ‘sexualisation’ of women demonstratorsWomen have been at the forefront of Lebanon's protests. But some complain they’re attracting attention for their looks, not their message.
Lebanon protests: How WhatsApp tax anger revealed a much deeper crisisA grassroots protest movement in Lebanon has been born - one that is uniting people more than ever.
Lebanon protests: People form a human chainThe eleventh day of protests in Lebanon saw an attempt to create a human chain over 105 miles long.
Lebanon protests enter tenth day with no end in sight, army tries to open roadsProtesters trickled back on to the streets across Lebanon on Saturday, despite army efforts to unblock roads, with no end in sight to a crisis that has crippled the country for 10 days.
Hezbollah leader warns of civil war after weeks of Lebanon protests
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Lebanon protests grow among young jobseekersProtesters insist they want a change of government despite Hariri’s concessions
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