A relative carries a picture of the Wadiah Baydawi who was killed by celebratory gunfire in Sidon, Sunday, April 6, 2014. (The Daily Star/Stringer)
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Senior political officials in Sidon are pressing for a security plan to be implemented in the southern coastal city to put an end to the proliferation of arms among local residents.The bullet struck Wadia Baidawi, 20, in the head, killing her as she was putting her two children, an 18-month-old and a 3-year-old, to sleep at her home in the neighborhood of Hammam al-Ward, in the old district of Sidon.The incident enraged residents, leading the Army Intelligence to arrest the individuals who were firing shots in the air during the wedding. Hariri contacted key security officials in south Lebanon, such as General Prosecutor Samih al-Hajj, the head of Army Intelligence in the area Brig.
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