A number of Arsal farmers hold a protest in front of the Grand Serail in Downtown Beirut on Oct.13, 2016. (The Daily Star/NNA)
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Lebanese ministers met for an ordinary Cabinet session Thursday despite a continuing boycott by Foreign Minister Gebran Bassil.Bassil, Bou Saab and allied Energy Minister Arthur Nazarian began boycotting Cabinet meetings in late August in protest of the extension of the terms of senior military officials, as well as what they say is the marginalization of Christians in key positions.This is the second time both Bou Saab and Nazarian attend the government meetings since ending their boycott last week.
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