The BLOM Bank seen after bomb blew off its headquarters in Beirut's Verdun neighborhood, Monday, June 13, 2016. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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State Prosecutor Samir Hammoud has said that no "substantial" evidence had been uncovered yet in investigations into the weekend bomb attack on one of Lebanon's biggest banks.On Sunday, a blast targeted the BLOM Bank headquarters near Beirut's upscale Verdun Street, causing heavy material damage, but no fatalities.Interior Minister Nouhad Machnouk Thursday dismissed warnings of a possible terrorist attack in Beirut that had been issued by a number of foreign embassies, saying the information was months-old and temporary precautions have been taken.
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