Lebanon, like Hong Kong, killed an unpopular bill. So why are people still protesting?
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In Hong Kong it was the extradition bill. In Lebanon it was the WhatsApp tax.
In Hong Kong it was the extradition bill. In Lebanon it was the WhatsApp tax.Both were withdrawn in the face of public anger, but did little to satisfy protesters who made more demands.Lebanon has been gripped by more than five weeks of protests against the countrys ruling elite, with public anger exacerbated by the countrys worst economic crisis since the 1975-90 civil war.Protesters there have watched events unfold in Hong Kong, where street demonstrations that began in June escalated into