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Protesters prevented workers from beginning construction on a controversial underground parking lot in north Lebanon Sunday.Activists gathered in the historic al-Tal Square in the northern city of Tripoli, the planned site of the parking lot, as workers began placing iron railings around the construction area.Construction of the car park has been delayed about four months due to complaints from many of the city's merchants and residents, who say the project will compromise the historical character of al-Tal Square. They argue that the project will alter the area's landmarks and endanger its historic buildings.Originally, the municipal council rejected the project, but approved it days later.
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