Renewed Sectarian Fighting in Northern Lebanon
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Renewed Sectarian Fighting in Northern Lebanon

In Tripoli, Lebanon, fighting between hardline Sunni groups, pro-Hezbollah fighters and government forces has included a spate of violent attacks in recent weeks. Editor's note: Some portions without audio. Video by Alia Ibrahim for The Washington Post; Captioning by washingtonpost.com

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