Young Men and Women from Tripoli ride a "Peace Train" between the two mosques that were bombed one year ago killing more than 40. (The Daily Star/ Antoine Amrieh)
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Dozens of young men and women rode a "peace train" in Tripoli Thursday in memory of the twin mosque bombings that took place almost a year prior, their motorized procession raising the voice of peace and tolerance in the rarely-tranquil city.Two days prior to the anniversary of the terrorist attacks, the House of Arts and Sciences Association, the Path Association and the Permanent Peace Movement organized a special march in between the two mosques that were targeted on Aug. 23, 2013 .
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