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2 killed, 6 wounded in clashes in northern Lebanon  pt

BEIRUT, June 29 (Xinhua) -- Two people were killed and six others, including a soldier, wounded Saturday in separate bombing and shooting attacks in Lebanon's northern port city of Tripoli. One person was killed and two others wounded by an explosive device, according to a local security sources.

xinhuanet_en 12:03:00 AM CEST

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Keywords: Syria, Turkey, Lebanon / Bashar Assad, Arab League / syrian, al, regime, opposition, government, damascus

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