Firefighters put out a fire as policemen secure the site of an explosion at the Dahr al-Baidar area in Lebanon's Eastern Bekaa Valley June 20, 2014. REUTERS/Stringer
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The various security incidents across the country Friday served as a dark reminder to this country's leaders, should they need one, that national unity is needed more than ever, and that all must work toward minimizing sectarian threats and tension.It is most vital that all of the country's leading figures take similar stances and rise above previously entrenched differences.So it is imperative that all religious and political actors work toward reducing any such tension.
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