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Lebanon protesters demand ‘haircuts for the rich’

By AFP
01 December 2019   |   11:07 am
Lebanese anti-government protesters line up for free haircuts outside the central bank in Beirut in a symbolic plea to make the rich pay and help rescue an economy in freefall.

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