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North Lebanon residents expressed outrage after coffins and human remains were found in bushes behind a local cemetery, leading to lawsuits between family members and the church. George Azzi, whose relative's body was repatriated to Lebanon from abroad in January, told The Daily Star his version of the events.However, Azzi said that after he contacted the church things turned sour."I was very upset with this so I visited the bishop along with a delegation of other aggrieved families to look into the matterand asked what to do," George Azzi said. He later chose the puruse the matter by way of the church. The Daily Star sat down with four representatives of families from Tabarja demanding major changes within their local church. A member of the Nacouzzi family told The Daily Star that the families would not keep quiet anymore.As for the church, according to the families, the bishop in contact with them told them a solution would be found by Easter.
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