A car decorated with Brazilian flags, horns and hats. (The Daily Star/Mahmoud Kheir)
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As Germany and Brazil's national football teams prepare to do battle Tuesday night, Lebanese security forces are preparing for their own showdown ... with the fans.In Lebanon, Germany's red, yellow and black flag competes for popularity only with Brazil's green and yellow one. When the two powerhouses meet this week, the match will not only grab international attention, it will draw thousands of Lebanese out of their homes to watch. Last month, a suicide bomber detonated a car in Tayyouneh, killing a security officer and injuring a number of civilians watching a World Cup match at a sidewalk cafe.
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