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Officials at Beirut Rafik Hariri International Airport Wednesday denied that Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps had used commercial airline flights through Beirut to ship weapons to Hezbollah after claims were made to the U.N. a day earlier.In a letter sent to the U.N. Security Council Tuesday, Israeli Ambassador Dany Danon alleged that IRGC officers packed arms and other supplies into suitcases that were then transferred to Hezbollah via commercial flights through Beirut and Damascus.Iranian carrier Mahan Air was singled out in the statement, but was not available for comment.In a statement addressed to Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, Iranian Ambassador Gholamhossein Dehghani called Danon's letter "baseless and unsubstantiated".Hezbollah has been open about its financial and military relationship with Iran in the past.
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