A photo reportedly showing security forces dispersed in a Beirut street Thursday May 3 2018. (The Daily Star/Stringer)
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Future Movement supporters Thursday clashed with partisans of an opposing list backed by rivals Hezbollah and the Amal Movement in a Beirut neighborhood, a security source told The Daily Star.Future supporters have been involved in other clashes in recent weeks, including when a fight broke out between Future supporters and a rival Beirut II electoral list backed by Ansar Football Club President Nabil Badr on April 16 in Beirut's Manara area, in which an office of the opposing list was damaged.Beirut II is the site of the highest number of lists, nine in total, of which eight are attempting to take slice seats away from Future, the current Beirut heavyweights.
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