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Students at the Tripoli branch of the Lebanese University's faculty of literature and human sciences are complaining about what they say is an ill-equipped facility, a claim university administrators refute.The measure was initially intended to be temporary and justified at the time by the Cabinet, which agreed that the security situation in the country prevented students moving from Tripoli to Beirut to attend the main LU campus.Student numbers have increased over the years and students now say that the large classes don't have enough chairs for all the students trying to attend lectures.The director of the faculty Saaed Adam, however, countered the students' claims.The new complex is expected to bring together the different departments that make up the Tripoli campus of the LU in a single, brand new, well-equipped site.
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