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Lebanon's ruling majority leader Saad Hariri (C), flanked by Prime Minister Fuad Siniora (L) and Mufti Rashid Kabbani, the highest Sunni Muslim authority (R), prays 19 December 2007 the grave of his slain father Rafik Hariri (AFP) - ASHARQ AL-AWSAT English Archive
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Lebanon’s ruling majority leader Saad Hariri (C), flanked by Prime Minister Fuad Siniora (L) and Mufti Rashid Kabbani, the highest Sunni Muslim authority (R), prays 19 December 2007 the grave of his slain father Rafik Hariri (AFP)

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