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08-25-13
Al Qaeda's North African branch blamed Lebanese Shi'ite Muslim militant group Hezbollah for twin bombs that hit the northern city of Tripoli on Friday and threatened retribution, a U.S.-based intelligence monitoring website reported on Saturday.

08-25-13
TRIPOLI, Lebanon: Police arrested two suspects Saturday linked to the twin car bombs in the northern city of Tripoli as the death toll from the blasts rose to 47 and politicians grappled with the aftermath of the attack amid worries of more sectarian strife.

08-24-13
At least 45 people were killed and about 500 others wounded in the two blasts that rocked the northern city of Tripoli amid reports saying that the explosive-laden car that hit al-Salam mosque was rigged with 175 kilograms of explosives.

08-24-13
Internal Security Forces Intelligence Bureau raided the house of 40-year-old Sheikh Ahmed Gharib in Minyeh neighborhood in the northern city of Tripoli over links to the blasts that rocked the city, al-Akhbar newspaper reported on Saturday.

08-24-13
Four electricity substations in the Choueifat and Aramoun areas of Mount Lebanon were subjected to theft of their copper wires and equipment, Electricite du Liban said Friday, blaming the phenomena for increasing power cuts in areas outside the capital.

08-24-13
I do have an unyielding belief that all people yearn for certain things: the ability to speak your mind and have a say in how you are governed; confidence in the rule of law and the equal administration of justice; government that is transparent and doesnt steal from the people; the freedom to live as you choose.

08-24-13
The Lebanese government will file a complaint with the U.N. over an Israeli airstrike south of Beirut that targeted the military base of a Palestinian armed group, the presidents office said Friday.

08-24-13
Lebanons public debt is projected to swell to $65 billion in 2014 even with the introduction of new taxes, the caretaker Finance Minister has revealed.

08-24-13
TRIPOLI, Lebanon: Wissam Hamzeh lay in his hospital bed looking dazed, his wife and sister hovering nearby. Despite the bandages covering Hamzehs right shoulder, the women appeared relieved, occasionally breaking into exhausted smiles.

08-24-13
TRIPOLI, Lebanon: Politicians and religious leaders in Tripoli struggled Friday to respond to twin car bombs that killed at least 45 people and wounded more than 500 in the northern city, differing over whether they should adopt private security measures to prevent further acts of violence.

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