In this file photo, a traffic officer waves motorists on in the Beirut suburb of Dekwaneh. (The Daily Star/Hasan Shaaban)
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Security forces, along with Municipality Police, launched raids on Syrian refugee gatherings in the Beirut suburb of Dekwaneh, arresting many, a security source told The Daily Star.The fighting raised concerns about refugee gatherings scattered across the country, particularly in the Metn region and Beirut's northern suburbs, the source said.Earlier this week, a Syrian man sexually assaulted a girl in Dekwaneh, prompting a group of Lebanese young men to retaliate and attack the man.
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