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September 25, 2007
Lebanese anti-Syrian parliament members Solange Gemayel (L) and Ghinwa Jalloul (R) carry posters of assassinated...
Beirut, Lebanon
Lebanese anti-Syrian parliament members Solange Gemayel and Ghinwa Jalloul carry posters of assassinated...
Lebanese anti-Syrian parliament members Solange Gemayel (L) and Ghinwa Jalloul (R) carry posters of assassinated former prime minister Rafik al-Hariri (R) and MP Pierre Gemayel at the parliament entrance in downtown Beirut September 25, 2007. Lebanon's deeply dvided parliament failed to elect a new president on Tuesday and speaker Nabih Berri deferred the vote until October 23. REUTERS/ Jamal Saidi (LEBANON)
LEBANON/
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September 25, 2007
Lebanese anti-Syrian parliament members Ghinwa Jalloul (L) and Mohammed Itani sit beside posters of assassinated...
Beirut, Lebanon
Lebanese anti-Syrian parliament members Ghinwa Jalloul and Mohammed Itani sit beside posters of assassinated...
Lebanese anti-Syrian parliament members Ghinwa Jalloul (L) and Mohammed Itani sit beside posters of assassinated legislators in the parliament in downtown Beirut September 25, 2007. Lebanon's deeply divided parliament failed to elect a new president on Tuesday and speaker Nabih Berri deferred the vote until October 23. REUTERS/Jamal Saidi (LEBANON)
LEBANON/
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September 25, 2007
Lebanese anti-Syrian parliament member Ghinwa Jalloul carries a poster of assassinated former prime minister...
Beirut, Lebanon
Lebanese anti-Syrian parliament member Ghinwa Jalloul carries a poster of assassinated former prime minister...
Lebanese anti-Syrian parliament member Ghinwa Jalloul carries a poster of assassinated former prime minister Rafik al-Hariri and the national flag during her arrival at parliament in downtown Beirut September 25, 2007. Lebanon's deeply divided parliament failed to elect a new president on Tuesday and speaker Nabih Berri deferred the vote until October 23. REUTERS/Jamal Saidi (LEBANON)
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