Arab tourists walk in Downtown Beirut. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir, File)
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The United Arab Emirates Sunday warned nationals not to stay in or travel to Lebanon in light of the dangerous security situation, according to Elnashra website, just one month after loosening their previous advisory.The warning came after a terrorist suicide bombing targeted an Internal Security Forces checkpoint on the Beirut-Damascus highway at Dahr al-Baidar in east Lebanon Friday.The United States Embassy Friday reiterated an advisory warning that recommended its citizens avoid all travel to Lebanon.
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