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A caricature depicting a man being beheaded in Saudi Arabia was hung up on a footbridge north of Beirut Sunday, in response to a recently published caricature mocking Lebanon in a Saudi-owned newspaper.The poster was later taken down by police, who are searching for those behind it.The move came two days after the daily Asharq al-Awsat published a cartoon in its Friday edition saying the Lebanese state is an April Fools' joke.Saudi Arabia later in February announced the cancellation of a $4 billion grant for Lebanon's Army and police force, and issued travel warnings against Beirut.
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