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Lebanese bonds rally as Parliament set to resume, U.S. ready to work with new govt

Lebanese anti-government protesters hold the national flag as they take part in a demonstration near the parliament headquarters in the capital Beirut's downtown district on November 19, 2019. Lebanon's parliament, besieged by protesters, said it had indefinitely postponed a session that had been due to discuss controversial draft laws. "The session has been postponed to a date to be determined later," said parliament official Adnane Daher, reading a statement in front of television cameras, ci





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