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Supporters of Lebanese Presidential hopeful, Michel Aoun, take to the streets in support of the Hezbollah-allied politician who will likely call for further protests tomorrow in objection for the current failure to elect a new president in Lebanon in Beirut, Lebanon, on July 8, 2015. Aoun complains that the as the Presidency is a position reserved for Christians, the lack of one restricts Christians political agency in the country, which has long been stymied by sectarian strife. (Photo by Sam Tarling/Corbis via Getty Images)

Supporters of Lebanese Presidential hopeful, Michel Aoun, take to the streets in support of the Hezbollah-allied politician who will likely call for further protests tomorrow in objection for the current failure to elect a new president in Lebanon in Beirut, Lebanon, on July 8, 2015. Aoun complains that the as the Presidency is a position reserved for Christians, the lack of one restricts Christians political agency in the country, which has long been stymied by sectarian strife. (Photo by Sam Tarling/Corbis via Getty Images)