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One month on: Hope, defiance as Lebanon protests persist

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Politicians yet to address protesters’ demands for a technocrat gov’t, a non-sectarian electoral law and early polls. By Timour Azhari

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Lebanese police to boost security near banks amid unrest

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BEIRUT (AP) — Lebanese security forces will boost measures near the country’s banks that have been closed for more than

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Lebanon’s Safadi withdraws candidacy to be next prime minister

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Former Lebanese finance minister Mohammad Safadi withdrew his candidacy to be the next prime minister on Saturday, saying that he

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US embassy in Lebanon ‘supports’ peaceful protests

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The US embassy in Lebanon said on Saturday it supported the one-month-old anti-government protest movement in Lebanon.  “We support the

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“Bus of Revolution” tours Lebanese regions

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The “Bus of revolution” that kicked off on Saturday from the northern city of al-Abdeh reached Jbeil. The activists named

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S&P Downgrades Protest-hit Lebanon

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S&P Global Ratings Friday downgraded Lebanon’s sovereign debt, saying a twin political and economic crisis had hit investor confidence and

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Lebanese protesters reject Safadi as PM candidate, call him “Thief”

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Beirut – Activists say business tycoon and former Tripoli MP Mohammad Safadi is emblematic of the system they want to

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AP Explains: Lebanon’s protests could head into dark turn

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BEIRUT: For nearly a month, the popular protests engulfing Lebanon have been startlingly peaceful. But the shooting death of a 38-year-old

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Lebanon economy in crisis: Aoun again appeals to Arab Neighbors for help

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Lebanese President Michel Aoun appealed to Arab neighbors on Tuesday for help to revive his country’s economy, driven to the

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Inside Hezbollah: How Lebanon protests are breaking ‘fear barrier’

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WHY WE WROTE THIS Power corrupts. Is that what happened to Hezbollah, which amassed great influence in Lebanon even as

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