'Day of Rage' follows vote in Lebanon
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'Day of Rage' follows vote in Lebanon

The candidate backed by Iranian-allied Hezbollah was designated Tuesday to form Lebanon's next government, angering Sunnis who protested the rising power of the Shiite militant group by burning tires and torching a van belonging to Al-Jazeera. (The Associated Press)

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