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Schools and universities were shut Friday as Lebanon mourned the 46 people killed in a twin suicide bombing claimed by ISIS on a market street in a southern Beirut suburb.The Lebanese Army said two men wearing suicide vests carried out the attacks. A military statement added that the body of a third suicide attacker who had failed to blow up himself was found at the scene of the second blast. Sate Prosecutor Samir Hammoud, who accompanied Saqr, said most of the casualties and damage were the result of the first explosion, which weighed seven kilograms.ISIS claimed responsibility for the Burj al-Barajneh bombings and vowed more attacks against Shiite areas where Hezbollah enjoys wide support.
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