Report: Protesters arrive at Lebanon's Beaufort castle

March 30, 2012 12:10


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Palestinian protesters in Lebanon began arriving at the Beaufort castle in the south of the country late Friday morning, Lebanese media reported. Lebanese security forces were expected to prevent the protesters from reaching the Israeli border.

Lebanese army forces were reported to have set up numerous checkpoints in the South and set out barbed wire around the Beaufort protest site in order to prevent protesters to control entry and exits, the Daily Star reported.

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