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Two killed in Lebanon bomb blast

September 25, 2018
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A bomb rips through a shopping centre in a Christian town north ofthe Lebanese capital Beirut. (The Age — 14 hours ago)
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A bomb has ripped through a shopping mall in a predominantly Christian area north of Beirut, Lebanon, killing three people and wounding at least two others, police said. (CNN — 14 hours ago)
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A car bomb has ripped through a predominantly Christian area of Beirut early Saturday, sheering off part of a multi-story office building and raising concerns about more violence in the volatile Lebanese capital. (CNN — 19 March, 2005)
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Lebanon’S pro-Syrian President Emile Lahoud invited the country’s anti-Syrian opposition and loyalist politicians to begin immediate talks today, hours after a car bomb shook a Christian suburb of the capital. (The Australian — 20 March, 2005)
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Pro-Syrian President Emile Lahoud has urged Lebanon’s divided politicians to begin immediate talks after a car bombing in Beirut increased fears of a return to Lebanon’s violent past. (CNN — 20 March, 2005)
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A powerful bomb tore through a shopping mall in the anti-Syrian Christian heartland north of Beirut on Wednesday. (International Herald Tribune — 28 minutes ago)
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Beirut: Lebanese President Emile Lahoud issued a plea for national dialogue and cancelled plans to attend an Arab summit hours after a bomb blast in a Beirut suburb sparked fears of a return to sectarian violence. (The Australian — 21 March, 2005)
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A car bomb exploded in a Christian suburb of Beirut yesterday,wounding at least six people and raising fresh fears of a return toLebanon’s violent past. (Sydney Morning Herald — 20 March, 2005)
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Lebanons anti-Syrian opposition has dismissed the Presidents call for talks deepening political divisions after a bomb raised fresh fears of a return to the countrys violent past Investigators (ABC News — 20 March, 2005)
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U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan told a summit of Arab leaders that another more comprehensive investigation may be needed into former Lebanese premier Rafik Hariri’s assassination. (CNN — 6 hours ago)
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The shadows over Lebanon deepened yesterday, and the country’s much-feared return to factional violence seemed to be accelerating, as a bomb – the second in four days – exploded in a Christian quarter of north Beirut, killing three people and wounding eight. (The Australian — 5 hours ago)
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A bomb has ripped through a shopping mall in a predominantly Christian area north of Beirut, Lebanon, early Wednesday, killing three people and wounding at least two others. (CNN — 15 hours ago)
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Allies of the pro-Syrian government and the opposition said the two sides disagreed on a number of important issues, which raises the possibility that elections may be postponed. (New York Times — 19 March, 2005)
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