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About 100 protesters gathered outside Al-Akhbar's offices in Beirut Monday in a display of anger against Saudi Arabia, which reportedly plans to sue the Lebanese daily.Al-Akhbar has been one of the most prominent voices against the Saudi-led military intervention in Yemen launched more than 10 days ago.Saudi Arabia, which dominates Arab media outlets, is attempting to threaten and insult "the Lebanese free voice," Hezbollah MP Nawwaf Musawi said Sunday.He distinguished Al-Akhbar, which he described as an "honorable free media outlet," from other media outlets that "scavenge" for funds from Saudi coffers.
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