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Neighbors in Lebanese city fight Syrian proxy war

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TRIPOLI, Lebanon (AP) — In a rundown district of Lebanon's second largest city, residents have adapted to waging war with their neighbors. Whenever violence breaks out, they string large cloths across intersections to block snipers' view, sleep in hallways to take cover from mortar shells and abandon apartments close to the front line. Sectarian fighting between the two Tripoli neighborhoods,...

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