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Two grenades hit building near U.N. HQ in Beirut

Two rocket-propelled grenades hit a building near the headquarters of the United Nations in Beirut early on Sunday, slightly wounding four people, security sources and witnesses said. They said the grenades, fired from a small hill in central Beirut, hit a building that houses offices, a bank branch and a nightclub in Riad el-Solh some 30 metres (yards) from the U.N. offices. There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the pre-dawn attack. Full Story

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