File - Rafik Hariri International Airport. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)
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Americans are discouraged from "all travel to Lebanon" because of "the frequency of terrorist bombing attacks throughout the country," according to a new warning issued by the United States Department of State on Monday.The Department of State, however, sounded new alarm bells, by informing citizens that all airplanes flying over Syria are "at risk". Some Syrian opposition groups have anti-aircraft capabilities, and have successfully shot down regime planes, according to a previous warning issued by the US government.
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