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Lebanese politicians strongly condemned four explosions that hit the northeastern Baalbek town of Al-Qaa Monday morning, leaving five dead and 19 wounded. The following are reactions only to the first attacks, not the subsequent evening attacks. Hariri said Monday's attack further reinforces the need to exert every effort to keep Lebanon safe, saying that the country can no longer pay for spillover from the Syrian war.MoqbelDefense Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Samir Moqbel denounced the explosions that hit Al-Qaa, underscoring the importance of the work that the Army and security forces are playing in maintaining stability.HezbollahThe party, which is fighting extremists along the border with Syria, said the attack was the result of the terrorism that is affecting the region.Arslan Lebanese Democratic Party head Talal Arslan underscored that the attack in Al-Qaa should reaffirm the need for unity.
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