A protester holds a sign reading, “Lebanon is a place for freedom and democracy and you cannot change its identity.”
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A Mount Lebanon investigative judge has lifted a warrant of imperative attendance issued for TV host Marcel Ghanem after Ghanem said he would attend a court hearing scheduled for Jan. 4, local media reported.The warrant was issued Dec. 18 by Mount Lebanon Investigative Judge Nicolas Mansour after Ghanem failed to appear in court earlier in the month.A number of senior political figures have rallied in support of Ghanem.Last week saw around 100 protesters demonstrate outside the Justice Ministry in support of Ghanem.
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