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First Look Why Lebanese women are protesting a decades-old rape law

About a dozen white veiled women stood outside government buildings on Tuesday as Lebanon's parliament discussed whether or not it should do away with a law that decriminalizes rape, provided the rapist marries his victim. 

Bilal Hussein/AP

A dozen Lebanese women dressed in bloodstained wedding dresses gathered outside of government buildings in Beirut on Tuesday to protest a rape law that they say is archaic and unjust.

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