File - Gebran Tueni.
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Politicians Wednesday commemorated the 13th anniversary of the assassination of prominent journalist Gebran Tueni, who was editor-in-chief of An-Nahar newspaper when he was killed in 2005 .Tueni, an outspoken critic of Syria, a former MP and a leading figure in the March 14 movement, was killed by a car bomb while driving through Mkalles en route to the An-Nahar building in Downtown Beirut on Monday, Dec. 12, 2005 .Tueni was one of many March 14 figures whose assassinations are thought to have been orchestrated by pro-Damascus factions.
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