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Lebanese march against domestic violence

8 March 2014 Last updated at 23:43 GMT

Thousands of protestors marched through the streets of Beirut on International Women's Day.

They were demanding that politicians approve Lebanon's first law against domestic violence.

Lebanese women have freedoms denied to many in the Arab world, but campaigners say one woman a month is killed by domestic violence in the country of 4 million.

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