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In Lebanon, Anniversary of Cedar Revolution Draws Little Notice

It was a bloodless revolution that sent a signal to the wider Arab world, but on the 10th anniversary of an uprising that ended the Syrian occupation of Lebanon there are few signs of mass celebration. On March 14, 2005, an estimated one million Lebanese flocked to the center of Beirut in the culmination of protests sparked by the previous month’s assassination of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri. Called the Cedar Revolution or the Independence Uprising, the protests ended three...

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