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Lebanon's students take to the streets to change the country's 'sectarian system'

The protests sweeping Lebanon are unusual, not just because the sprung up out of nowhere, and because they are leaderless, but because some are demanding the end of Lebanon’s entrenched sectarian system. The students from the secular society of the American University of Beirut told FRANCE 24 they wanted to put and to the country’s sectarian system.

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