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The body of a Lebanese employee of the International Committee of the Red Cross who was killed in Yemen over the weekend will not be repatriated to Lebanon until Wednesday, a family source told The Daily Star Monday evening. Hanna Lahoud's remains had been expected to arrive in Lebanon Tuesday at the latest, but due to the security situation in and around Yemen, his body was first taken to Djibouti and will be transported to Ethiopia before finally being flown to Beirut.Lahoud's wife is currently working with the ICRC in Afghanistan and is set to accompany the body from Djibouti to Lebanon.Lahoud was in charge of the International Committee of the Red Cross's detention program in Yemen.
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