This undated photo shows the head of the Arab Democratic Party Rifaat Eid. (The Daily Star/Rifaat Eid facebook page)
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Arab Democratic Party Secretary-General Rifaat Eid said Saturday that the 48-hour ultimatum he gave Lebanese authorities following the assassination of a party official in the northern city of Tripoli was aimed at "defusing tension" among his party's supporters.The killing of Abdel-Rahman Diab Thursday triggered violence that left two people dead and five others wounded.The ADP leader emphasized that his party was not responsible for the twin bombings that targeted the northern city of Tripoli last year.
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