FILE - Families of Islamist inmates protest outside Beirut's Military Tribunal, Thursday, January 21, 2016. (The Daily Star/Hasan Shaaban)
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Around 200 people rallied outside the Military Tribunal in Beirut on Tuesday in continued efforts to secure general amnesty for their detained family members.Protesters came from the northern city of Tripoli, the eastern Bekaa Valley and the southern city of Sidon.From the Bekaa Valley to Sidon and all the way to Tripoli, Lebanese have been demonstrating for a general amnesty law that would forgive hundreds of thousands of crimes.Assir and his accomplices waged a three-day war against the Lebanese Army in Abra, east of the southern city of Sidon, in 2013 .
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