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Lebanon's Christian rivalries return amid crisis

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Lebanon's Christian rivalries return amid crisis

Lebanon's Christian rivalries return amid crisis

An old rivalry between Christian factions who fought each other in Lebanon's civil war has flared again on the street and in political debate.

It's renewing fears of fresh unrest as the nation grapples with its worst crisis since the conflict.

Adam Reed reports.


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