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The Layous family is still picking up the pieces from the losses it suffered in the early hours of Monday morning when four deadly suicide bombings hit the northeastern border town of Al-Qaa. Marwan Layous lies in the intensive care unit at the Lebanese Geitawi Hospital in Ashrafieh, with serious wounds to his lower body. His elder brother, Joseph, died during the suicide attacks that targeted the Baalbek-Hermel town, leaving five dead and 19 wounded.A group of Daesh (ISIS) suicide bombers detonated their explosives in Al-Qaa, a village near the border with Syria Monday morning.At the hospital, Layous' family members – some of whom came with him from Al-Qaa – and others who joined from Beirut, wandered around the building's entrance. Layous' wife stayed in Al-Qaa with their three children, consoling the family.
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