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Lebanese security forces remove roadblocks surrounding the commercial district, which for years had been choked off by security measures, in downtown Beirut, Lebanon, Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2018. Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri ordered the roads leading to the Parliament Square open days after the square witnessed the largest New Year's Eve celebration with thousands of revelers as part of a government initiative to revive the area. (AP Photo/Husein Malla)

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Pedestrians walk on a street that leads to Parliament square, after Lebanese security forces removed roadblocks and barbed wire barriers surrounding the commercial district, which for years had been choked off by security measures, in downtown Beirut, Lebanon, Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2018. Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri ordered the roads leading to Parliament Square to be opened days after the square witnessed the largest New Year's Eve celebration with thousands of revelers as part of a government initiative to revive the area. (AP Photo/Husein Malla)

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A man walks on a street that leads to Parliament square, after Lebanese security forces removed roadblocks and barbed wire barriers surrounding the commercial district, which for years had been choked off by security measures, in downtown Beirut, Lebanon, Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2018. Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri ordered the roads leading to Parliament Square to be opened days after the square witnessed the largest New Year's Eve celebration with thousands of revelers as part of a government initiative to revive the area. (AP Photo/Husein Malla)

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People gather in front of the Parliament Building, after Lebanese security forces removed roadblocks and barbed wire barriers surrounding the commercial district, which for years had been choked off by security measures, in downtown Beirut, Lebanon, Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2018. Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri ordered the roads leading to Parliament Square to be opened days after the square witnessed the largest New Year's Eve celebration with thousands of revelers as part of a government initiative to revive the area. (AP Photo/Husein Malla)

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Cranes remove roadblocks surrounding the commercial district, which for years had been choked off by security measures, in downtown Beirut, Lebanon, Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2018. Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri ordered the roads leading to the Parliament Square to be opened days after the square witnessed the largest New Year's Eve celebration with thousands of revelers as part of a government initiative to revive the area. (AP Photo/Husein Malla)

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Workers remove roadblocks surrounding the commercial district, which for years had been choked off by security measures, in downtown Beirut, Lebanon, Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2018. Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri ordered the roads leading to the Parliament Square to be opened days after the square witnessed the largest New Year's Eve celebration with thousands of revelers as part of a government initiative to revive the area. (AP Photo/Husein Malla)

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Pedestrians walk on a street leading to Parliament square, after Lebanese security forces removed roadblocks and barbed wire barriers surrounding the commercial district, which for years had been choked off by security measures, in downtown Beirut, Lebanon, Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2018. Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri ordered the roads leading to Parliament Square to be opened days after the square witnessed the largest New Year's Eve celebration with thousands of revelers as part of a government initiative to revive the area. (AP Photo/Husein Malla)

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Lebanese policemen watch as workers remove roadblocks and barbed wire barriers surrounding the commercial district, which for years had been choked off by security measures, in downtown Beirut, Lebanon, Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2018. Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri ordered the roads leading to the Parliament Square to be opened days after the square witnessed the largest New Year's Eve celebration with thousands of revelers as part of a government initiative to revive the area. (AP Photo/Husein Malla)

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Cranes remove roadblocks and barbed barriers surrounding the commercial district, which for years had been choked off by security measures, in downtown Beirut, Lebanon, Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2018. Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri ordered the roads leading to the Parliament Square to be opened days after the square witnessed the largest New Year's Eve celebration with thousands of revelers as part of a government initiative to revive the area. (AP Photo/Husein Malla)

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In this Monday, Jan. 1, 2018 photo, revelers celebrate New Year at Parliament square in downtown Beirut, Lebanon. Lebanese security forces have removed roadblocks and barbed barriers surrounding Beirut's downtown commercial district, which for years had been choked by security measures after the square witnessed the largest New Year's Eve celebration as part of a government initiative to revive the area. (AP Photo/Husein Malla)

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