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Anthony Ghosn (left) and Rick Saghbini have relatives visiting Lebanon. Ghosn has three sisters traveling in the region; Saghbini has one sister.
Karen Doryoseph was born and raised in Haifa, Israel. She said friends and relatives there have sought refuge recently in bomb shelters.

Growing Mideast conflict stirs fears in Boston area

By Cristina Silva
Globe Staff / July 17, 2006

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Nayla Raffol of Needham fears for the lives of her three youngest daughters, who are visiting their father in Lebanon. Israeli bombings have made it nearly impossible to travel to or from the country. (Full article: 876 words)

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