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General Security said late Thursday it had not yet decided to deport a Kenyan woman who was captured on film being beaten by a group of Lebanese citizens last month, as was previously stated. This comes despite the woman's lawyer, Nermine Sibai – legal representative for the Anti-Racism Movement – confirming to The Daily Star she had received the official administrative number of the deportation decision from General Security.A source from General Security had told The Daily Star earlier Thursday the agency had taken the decision to deport the woman, who was assaulted last month in Dora by several people, reportedly including a Lebanese Army soldier.
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