Protests in Lebanon turned into a big dance party

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Through the weekend, protestors in Lebanon have demanded regime change and want Prime Minister Saad Hariri to resign. The demonstrations have been largely peaceful. In fact, they've taken on a sort of party atmosphere. From the children's tune Baby Shark to a DJ playing from a balcony, host Marco Werman has the details. 

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