Lebanon protesters: 'The revolution is coming back'

Fresh call to action comes amid a worsening economic crisis and in the absence of a government.

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    Protesters are returning to the streets using the slogan, "The revolution is coming back.”

    Demonstrations against the political class have not stopped since mid-October but the protests have become smaller as the movement's momentum has slowed in recent weeks.

    The call to action comes amid a worsening economic crisis and in the absence of a government.

    Al Jazeera's Zeina Khodr reports from Beirut.


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