File - Gebran Tueni.
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Politicians and colleagues remembered prominent journalist and politician Gebran Tueni Tuesday, 12 years after he was assassinated in Beirut.The older Tueni returned to Beirut Monday night after receiving news of his son's assassination.Gebran Tueni, a former MP, was one of many March 14 figures whose assassinations are thought to have been orchestrated by pro-Damascus factions. An annual mass to commemorate Tueni was held Sunday in Beirut's St. George Orthodox Church in the presence of Deputy Prime Minister Ghassan Hasbani and a number of lawmakers and officials.
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