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Correction: There weren't 800,000 people there. It's more like a quarter million. Still, for a country the entire population of which is 4 million, that's quite a turnout on 36 hours' notice. By way of comparison, that would be like 18.75 million people showing up for a spontaneous demonstration in the United States. These people care very much for an independent, free Lebanon.

Date 23 November 2006, 05:49
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Author craigfinlay


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