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A few hundred people marched Wednesday from Downtown Beirut to a hospital where a protester is being treated for a severe head wound suffered three days earlier during clashes with police.Health Minister Wael Abu Faour told Al-Jadeed that Kassir's condition was "much better" Wednesday compared to previous days.Abu Faour also announced that he had asked AUBMC to receive two other wounded protesters who could not afford treatment.Abu Faour also called on AUBMC to treat Ali Jabak, who was beaten so hard by security forces that his right eye fell out of its socket during a Tuesday night protest.The demonstrator's mother, Hiam Jabak, had pleaded for Abu Faour to take up her son's case.
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