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LANDSCAPE OF RUBBLE

Amid destruction, Hezbollah trumpets defiance

By Thanassis Cambanis
Globe Staff / July 21, 2006

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BEIRUT -- Waving his arms before a smoking pit of tangled steel and concrete rubble, Hezbollah spokesman Hussein Nabulsi railed against the bombing raids that have turned parts of south Beirut into an eerily silent landscape of rubble. (Full article: 256 words)

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