Lebanese soldiers lobbed tear gas and fired bullets into the air on Sunday as protesters attempted to enter government offices in Beirut, after an emotional funeral for victims of last week’s massive car bombing. More than 100 protesters broke through a cordon of concertina wire and metal barriers, moving to within 50 yards of the entrance to the palace.
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