File - A general view of a Bekaa village, Lebanon, Friday, Oct. 7, 2011. (The Daily Star Photo)
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A woman who was found bleeding on the side of a Bekaa Valley highway was not raped but had been abandoned by an employer because of her illness, a security source said.TheThe investigation revealed that she had been searching for work in the Beirut suburb of Ain al-Rummaneh before meeting a woman who said she would hire her and assist in her treatment. The employer and her husband took the woman to the Bekaa Valley but abandoned her near the town of Ras Baalbek because she was bleeding profusely and vomiting as a result of her infection.
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