Beirut Car Bomb Kills Lebanese Politician

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Lebanese students protest the killing of Gebran Tueni in front of the An-Nahar newspaper building in i

Lebanese students protest the killing of Gebran Tueni in front of the An-Nahar newspaper building in Beirut. Reuters hide caption

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Lebanese students protest the killing of Gebran Tueni in front of the An-Nahar newspaper building in

Lebanese students protest the killing of Gebran Tueni in front of the An-Nahar newspaper building in Beirut.

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An explosion in eastern Beirut kills at least four people, including leading newspaper magnate and lawmaker Gebran Tueni. A series of attacks have targeted journalists and politicians opposed to Syrian influence in Lebanon.

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