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Lebanon's hunting laws were repeatedly and blatantly violated over the weekend, environmental NGO Green Area said in a statement released Monday.This example is not an exception, but an abnormal situation that requires action by the Environment Ministry and the highest authority in the country," the statement concluded.Pictures also circulated on social media over the weekend in which hunters showed off their prizes, displaying freshly killed protected bird species. Lebanon's 2017 hunting season began on Sept. 15 and will end in January, based on new regulations for hunters that were announced by Environment Minister Tarek Khatib in April.Since before the hunting season even began, however, flagrant breaches of the law have been perpetrated with little response from authorities.
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