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The celebratory shooting of bullets into the air is a common tradition in many societies, particularly the Arab world. But what comes up must come down, often with deadly effects. A Lebanese NGO has come up with a novel way of getting revellers to think before they shoot.Video journalist: Eloise Alanna
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