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Lebanese army deployed in Beirut after armed protests over gas price hike

The Lebanese army was sent on to the streets of Tripoli after frustration with fuel price rises and hyperinflation intensified into violent protests.
Lebanon's economic crisis continues to spiral out of control, with experts saying it could be the world’s worst in 150 years.
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