(The Daily Star/Nidal Solh)
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The Australian Embassy opened a medical clinic at Baalbeck Prison in eastern Lebanon on Wednesday, with the hope that the clinic would help to improve conditions there.Safa said that the role of the state in developing prisons across the nation remained "minimal".He toured the prison to take stock of its conditions along with second secretary of the Australian Embassy in Lebanon Antonia Da-Rin, Baalbeck-Hermel Governor Bashir Khodr and Internal Security Forces head Imad Othman.
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