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After Lebanese revolt's fury, waning protests face long road


BEIRUT – A year ago, hundreds of thousands of Lebanese took to the streets protesting taxes and a rapidly deteriorating economic crisis.

A spontaneous and hopeful nationwide movement was born, denouncing an entire political establishment that had for decades pushed Lebanon toward collapse.Today, as crises multiply and the country dives deeper into uncertainty and poverty, protests seem to have petered out.

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