Police used the help of dogs to detect the body's location. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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Activists Sunday warned of further delay in releasing protesters who have been in custody since Oct. 8, vowing to escalate their endeavors.Several activists had rallied near police stations in Beirut to demand the release of protesters, who were still in custody since Thursday's protest in Martyrs' Square.Military Prosecutor Judge Saqr Saqr Saturday charged 30 protesters with assaulting police, vandalizing public and private property and rioting.Activists have said that more than 60 protesters were arrested, but state prosecutor Sammir Hammoud Friday put the number at 33 .
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