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Beirut

Bombs shatter the quiet lives of working-class Lebanese

By Andrew Lee Butters
Globe Correspondent / July 27, 2006

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BEIRUT -- Although the Assaads are Shi'ite Muslims from southern Beirut, they say they've always steered clear of Hezbollah and the other militias and parties that divide this weak country. (Full article: 538 words)

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