Civil defense workers attend to the site of an explosion in the Beirut neighborhood of Bir Hasan, Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2014. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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The United Kingdom Thursday renewed its travel advisory for Lebanon in the wake of Wednesday's twin suicide bombings targeting the Iranian Cultural Center near Beirut that killed 10 people.In a statement posted on its website, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office said it advised against all travels to violence-prone areas in the country, including the northern city of Tripoli, Palestinian refugee camps, the Syrian Border, the Hermel Area including Arsal and Baalbek, and the Bekaa Valley east of the Baalbek-Hermel Highway to the Syrian border and down to Nabi Sheet.
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