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Topic - Tariq Jadidah
Syria's war barreled over the border with an angry, raucous funeral Monday for an anti-Syrian cleric whose killing set off a night of deadly street battles in Beirut and raised fears that Lebanon is getting drawn into the chaos afflicting its neighbor.
He said police and armed forces sent patrols into Tariq Jadidah to "reassure the people."
Police commander Maj. Gen. Ashraf Rifi toured Beirut's Tariq Jadidah neighborhood, scene of the overnight clashes, and said "things will be getting better."