Relatives of the missing make coffee and show pictures of their loved ones at the protest tent in Beirut, Thursday, Dec. 10, 2015. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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The families of Lebanese who went missing during the 1975-90 Civil War Thursday ended their more than 10-year-old protest in Downtown Beirut, but vowed to continue the struggle to reveal the fate of their loved ones.Aad lashed out at the Lebanese state for failing to establish an official authority to follow up on the matter.Last year, the Cabinet handed over the full final report of the investigation to the families.Change and Reform parliamentary bloc MP Ghassan Moukheiber called on the families during the news conference not to give up.
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