Lebanon's army chief General Jean Kahwaji talks during a news conference in Beirut August 3, 2014. REUTERS/Hussam Chbaro
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Lebanese Army commander Gen. Jean Kahwagi Friday promised a tough response to the twin suicide attack that killed 46 people in a Beirut suburb last week."The Army's battle against terrorism will continue unabated, especially after the increase in terrorist attacks ... and repeated attempts in Lebanon to undermine national stability," Kahwagi said in an address to soldiers two days before Independence Day. He described the Nov. 12 bombings on a market street in Burj al-Barajneh, in Beirut's southern suburbs, as "brutal and cowardly".
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