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Lebanon’s revolutionaries launch their own newspaper

Lebanese activists and journalists printed the first issue of a newspaper dedicated to covering all aspects of the country's protests.
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BEIRUT — The first issue of 17 Teshreen Newspaper was published Nov. 28. The newspaper's name is Arabic for October 17, a reference to the day Lebanon's anti-government uprising began — an uprising that is ongoing and hasn't lost momentum.

Journalists and social activists started the monthly newspaper, which is free of charge and full of articles, illustrations, crosswords and other quizzes inspired by the popular protests that broke out amid deteriorating economic and social conditions in Lebanon.

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