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Beirut Residents Fight for Dalieh Coastline

It's a stretch of Beirut seafront precious to both developers and the public, and now Dalieh’s rocky peninsula is at the heart of a battle between the two sides.   Nestled on a shoreline dominated by high-end resorts, for decades the rugged outcrop has been one of the few remaining stretches of Lebanese coast open to all.   Things, however, look set to change.   Largely privately owned, developers enclosed it with fencing and razor wire last year, and this past May,...

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