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Beirut: shots, teargas and flames as anti-government protests grow

Lebanese riot police fired teargas at demonstrators in Beirut on Saturday and shots were heard in growing protests over this week’s devastating explosion. Scores of protesters have taken to the streets calling for the government to be punished for their negligence that protesters say led to Tuesday’s gigantic explosion that killed 158 people and injured more than 6,000.
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    Macron went there and said: let the party begin

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    Masks up + Power to the People!

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    Guardian this is the 3rd time you guys reuploaded the video. Really? 😅

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