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Several wedding guests attacked and physically assaulted employees and doctors treating a man who had just been brought into Mount Lebanon's Bhannes Medical Center, in the latest of a string of attacks on hospitals.Upon arriving at the hospital, some of the groom's relatives stormed through the hospital doors and began hitting the doctor tending to the victim.Haroun was referring to the string of attacks hospitals have suffered recently. In May, a man barged into the Lebanese Canadian Hospital in Beirut's Sin al-Fil, smashing glass and other objects while screaming and shouting. The man was reportedly upset about the death of his brother at the hospital.
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