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Lebanese gay rights under threat, says Human Rights Watch

26 November 2013 Last updated at 06:24 GMT

Lebanon is often seen as one of the more liberal countries of the Middle East, but campaigners say they are increasingly concerned about the treatment of gay people in the country.

Human Rights Watch has said it has evidence that homosexual men are being subjected to abuse and invasive body testing by police.

Sima Kotecha reports.

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