Hezbollah Protesters Target Beirut Highways

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Roads in and out of Lebanon's capital are blocked by a general strike organized by the Hezbollah-led opposition. It's part of a continuing campaign urging the pro-Western government of Lebanon to resign. Beirut-based reporter Leena Saidi and Renee Montagne discuss developments.



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