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Lynching 'a big test for Lebanese authorities'

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Lebanon prides itself for being the most liberal state in the Arab world, but earlier this month an Egyptian man suspected of murder was lynched and killed by an angry mob.

The incident shocked the region, and raises serious questions about Lebanon's justice system.

Beirut correspondent Natalia Antelava visited Ketermaya, the village in the mountains south of Beirut where the events took place.


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