Relatives of the disappeared carry their pictures during a protest in front of the Grand Serail in Beirut, Thursday. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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Politicians, family members, friends and activists Friday turned out to bid farewell to Ghazi Aad, founder of the Support of Lebanese in Detention and Exile (SOLIDE).Aad's body arrived in Beirut's Downtown area to say a last goodbye to a protest camp erected by the families of Lebanese who went missing during the 1975-90 Civil War.In June of this year, the Lebanese Red Cross launched a project that would identify bodies found in mass graves through DNA matching with family members.
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