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Protesters force Lebanon's parliament to postpone session

France 24 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: Lebanese protesters attack MP convoy enroute to parliament

Lebanese protesters attack MP convoy enroute to parliament 01:42

Lebanese security forces scuffled with protesters as they sought to prevent lawmakers from attending a session of parliament on Tuesday, continuing a month-long wave of demonstrations against politicians blamed for taking Lebanon toward economic collapse. Ciara Lee reports

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