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Lebanese Clown Troupe Marks Valentine's Day Amid Stink

The Lebanese group Clown Me In, founded by Sabine Choucair, mixes clowning with activism. They shot a video, to be posted online, focusing on Lebanon's trash crisis, at a dump site on the outskirts of Beirut.
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Sabine Choucair, who founded Clown Me In in Lebanon, is the only professional clown among the troupe.
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Sabine Choucair, who founded Clown Me In in Lebanon, is the only professional clown among the troupe.

Clown Me In member Sara Berjawi, who goes by the clown name Ziza, prepares to film a Valentine's Day video that hopes to draw awareness to Lebanon's trash crisis, at a dump site on the outskirts of Beirut.
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Clown Me In member Sara Berjawi, who goes by the clown name Ziza, prepares to film a Valentine's Day video that hopes to draw awareness to Lebanon's trash crisis, at a dump site on the outskirts of Beirut.

Sabine Choucair, right, founded Clown Me In and is the only professional clown among the troupe, which includes Sara Berjawi, left. Choucair also works with Clowns Without Borders and has traveled the world putting her clowning skills to use.
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Sabine Choucair, right, founded Clown Me In and is the only professional clown among the troupe, which includes Sara Berjawi, left. Choucair also works with Clowns Without Borders and has traveled the world putting her clowning skills to use.

At a dump site on the outskirts of Beirut, Clown Me in sought to raise awareness to Lebanon's trash crisis by filming a Valentine's Day video, which it will post online. Sara Berjawi, who goes by the clown name Ziza, prepares.
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At a dump site on the outskirts of Beirut, Clown Me in sought to raise awareness to Lebanon's trash crisis by filming a Valentine's Day video, which it will post online. Sara Berjawi, who goes by the clown name Ziza, prepares.

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