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A fight broke out Monday between supporters of the Future Movement and a rival Beirut II electoral list backed by Ansar Football Club President Nabil Badr. The fight focused on Badr's campaign office for his "Beirut al-Watan" (Beirut the Nation) electoral list in the capital's Manara area. Badr, however, told The Daily Star that Khaled was a relative of a Lebanese woman who owns the flat his campaign is renting.Both Khaled and Badr have filed complaints with the Internal Security Forces, the Future source and Badr said.
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