The streets of the Ain al-Hilweh camp, after an overnight protest demanding to hand in the killer of Haitham al-Saadi, on Sept. 18, 2018. (The Daily Star/ Mohammed Zaatari)
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Ain al-Hilweh Tuesday entered a new state of paralysis in the aftermath of the killing of Haitham al-Saadi, with schools closed down and few roaming the streets as the killer remains at large.UNRWA schools remained close after students and teachers failed to show up, fearing further security escalations after protestors and the victim's relatives cut the streets overnight, demanding that Palestinian authorities exert pressures to hand in the killer.A committee of joint Palestinian factions, which represents all Palestinian leaders in Lebanon, held a meeting in the afternoon at the Palestinian Embassy in Beirut to discuss the camp's situation.
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