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Stock Video Details

Length
03:59
Recording format
Other HD 1080
Video norm
1080i25 (25fps)
Aspect ratio
16:9
Recorded
May 8, 2013
Sound
Category
Archival Footage
Level
Superior

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Synopsis

Lebanon 'liberal' for Mideast, but gays still targeted Lebanon has a reputation as the most liberal country in the conservative Middle East, but even a night on the town for gays can end in arrest and humiliating sexuality "tests". They might be less persecuted than elsewhere in the region, but outside a few areas of the capital Beirut, Lebanese homosexuals are largely stigmatised and discriminated against. A natural sound version of an AFPTV report.

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Beirut Lebanon (State) Middle East Western Asia Asia

Further content information

Historical Footage News Footage AFP
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