A huge Amal Movement flag is being removed from a building next to Galerie Semaan, south Beirut, Tuesday, March 17, 2015. (The Daily Star/Khalil Hasan)
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The Amal Movement denied any involvement in Wednesday's clashes that erupted between anti-government protesters and men who identified themselves as supporters of party chief and Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri.An Aug. 23 anti-government protest transformed into a riot when men believed to be supporters of Berri threw stones at police and destroyed property in Downtown Beirut.One of the men took a glass bottle and broke it over the head of a protester, while a second man was hit in the head with a stone, drawing blood.
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