People gather at the site of an explosion in Haret Hreik, Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2014. (The Daily Star/Hasan Shaaban)
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The Nusra Front in Lebanon warned Sunnis to avoid "Hezbollah areas" as the Army interrogated a Lebanese suspect linked to the recent wave of bombings that rocked Beirut's southern suburbs and the Bekaa Valley town of Hermel.The Lebanon branch of the Nusra Front claimed responsibility for several attacks in the country, including Tuesday's deadly bombing in the Beirut southern suburb of Haret Hreik which killed five people and wounded scores more.The Nusra Front in Lebanon also said earlier that it supported the suicide bombing that rocked the Bekaa Valley town of Hermel on Jan. 16, killing six people.
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