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Blair faces protests in Lebanon

Hundreds of Lebanese protested against British Prime Minister Tony Blair’s visit to Beirut on Monday, accusing him of backing Israel’s 34-day war with Hizbollah guerrillas. Troops, riot police and barbed-wire barriers kept the demonstrators well away from the government building in downtown Beirut where Blair was meeting Prime Minister Fouad Siniora. “I’m standing here because Blair is the killer of Lebanese children,” said Ibad Malak, a 19-year-old student. Full Story

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