22 March 2014
Pro- and anti-Assad groups have clashed in Beirut, after a week of factional violence, which hit the coastal town of Tripoli, which left 25 dead.
Tensions between supporters of the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and those who support the Syrian rebels have exacerbated in recent months.
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