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In Lebanon, a nascent reform movement faces tough road

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BEIRUT (AP) — Ramy Finge spent two years braving tear gas and rubber bullets, sometimes trying to scale the cement walls surrounding Lebanon’s parliament during anti-government protests. Soon he…
1 month ago·Beirut, Lebanon

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The Independent

In Lebanon, a nascent reform movement faces tough road

Lebanon's elections brought into parliament 13 new independent lawmakers who hail from the movement of protests against the country's traditional political factions

1 month ago·London, United Kingdom
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abc News

In Lebanon, a nascent reform movement faces tough road

Lebanon's elections brought into parliament 13 new independent lawmakers who hail from the movement of protests against the country's traditional political factions

1 month ago·United States
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Associated Press News

In Lebanon, a nascent reform movement faces tough road

Lebanon's elections brought into parliament 13 new independent lawmakers who hail from the protest movement against the country's traditional political factions. The strong showing by civil society activists has restored

1 month ago·United States
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News 4 JAX

In Lebanon, a nascent reform movement faces tough road

Ramy Finge spent two years braving tear gas and rubber bullets, sometimes trying to scale the cement walls surrounding Lebanon’s parliament during anti-government protests.Soon he'll be able to walk in through the front door. The dentist from the northern city of Tripoli is among 13 independent newcomers who won seats in parliament in May 15 elections, building on the protest movement seeking to break the long domination by traditional parties.T…

1 month ago·Jacksonville, United States
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WKMG

In Lebanon, a nascent reform movement faces tough road

Ramy Finge spent two years braving tear gas and rubber bullets, sometimes trying to scale the cement walls surrounding Lebanon’s parliament during anti-government protests.Soon he'll be able to walk in through the front door. The dentist from the northern city of Tripoli is among 13 independent newcomers who won seats in parliament in May 15 elections, building on the protest movement seeking to break the long domination by traditional parties.T…

1 month ago
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WPLG

In Lebanon, a nascent reform movement faces tough road

Ramy Finge spent two years braving tear gas and rubber bullets, sometimes trying to scale the cement walls surrounding Lebanon’s parliament during anti-government protests.Soon he'll be able to walk in through the front door. The dentist from the northern city of Tripoli is among 13 independent newcomers who won seats in parliament in May 15 elections, building on the protest movement seeking to break the long domination by traditional parties.T…

1 month ago·Miami, United States
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