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The body of a Lebanese employee of the International Committee of the Red Cross who was killed in Yemen one week ago was taken to the aid group's Gemmayzeh headquarters Saturday, after arriving in Beirut Friday.Hanna Lahoud's remains arrived at Rafik Hariri International Airport Friday and were received by his friends and family, as well as a representative from the Foreign Ministry and the head of ICRC in Lebanon, Christophe Martin. He is expected to be laid to rest Saturday in his hometown of Brih, in Chouf, the state-run National News Agency reported Friday.
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