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Protesters Seek Leader’s Ouster in Lebanon

Hundreds of thousands of Lebanese heeded Hezbollah’s call Friday, flooding downtown Beirut to pressure the U.S.-supported government to resign. But Prime Minister Fuad Saniora showed no signs of backing down in a confrontation that could tear apart the country. The protesters raised a deafening noise of chants and revolutionary and nationalist songs just outside the main government offices. Barbed wire and armored vehicles separated the demonstrators from the buildings where Saniora and some of his ministers were holed up. ”Pack your bags Fuad, and leave us and the country in peace,” many shouted. Full Story

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