Hundreds march in Lebanon to mark year of anti-gov't protests
Thousands of people have marched in Lebanon, angry over the lack of political reform, despite a year of anti-government demonstrations.
The protesters are demanding change, saying years of corruption and mismanagement have left their country in tatters.
Al Jazeera's Zeina Khodr reports from Beirut, Lebanon.
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Protesters called on the United Nations to do more to force a political settlement, and end what they describe as "Saudi-UAE death and destruction".
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