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A clash between Uber and taxi drivers broke out outside a Beirut TV station Thursday night as the groups attempted to storm local channel Al-Jadeed's studios during a live broadcast debate on Uber's operations in Lebanon.It was just a small part of the wider debate on Uber that has played out across the country's media over the last week following the murder of British national Rebecca Dykes by a registered Uber driver.A crowd gathered outside the Al-Jadeed studios while the debate was taking place, comprised of two factions: one of Uber Drivers, the other of Charlie Taxi drivers.
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