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Hundreds of people gathered in Riad al-Solh Square Thursday for the second open air market in Downtown Beirut in less than a week.Three teenage girls from the troop later sung a song in Kurdish dedicated to the northern Syrian-Kurdish city of Kobani, which was the site of months of deadly clashes between ISIS and local fighters late-last year and earlier this year.It was prompted after Nicolas Chammas, the head of the Beirut Traders Association, said during a gathering of business leaders earlier this month that he feared protesters would turn Downtown into an Abu Rakhussa.
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