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November 19, 2013 2:36 PM

Blasts at Iranian Embassy kill 23, send wave of fear through Beirut

A double suicide bombing of Iran’s embassy in Lebanon that killed at least 23 people and wounded hundreds of others sent shockwaves of fear across this capital city Tuesday that Syria’s civil war would trigger violence not seen since this country’s own civil war two decades ago.

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