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Photo: First Anniversary of the Assassination of Former Lebanese Prime Minister Hariri

Lebanese supporters of Lebanon's slain former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri wave national flags in front of a banner showing a photo of Hariri to commemorate the first anniversary of his assassination, in Martyrs' Square, downtown Beirut, Lebanon, Tuesday, February 14, 2006. Hundreds of thousands of flag-waving Lebanese packed a square in central Beirut on Tuesday to mark the anniversary of the assassination of Hariri, a momentous event that ended Syria's long domination of its smaller neighbor. Writing on banner reads "He taught, he built, he liberated."   AP/WWP

02/14/2006 -- Remarks by Secretary Rice: First Anniversary of the Assassination of Former Lebanese Prime Minister Hariri

Lebanese supporters of Lebanons slain former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri wave national flags to commemorate the first anniversary of his assassination in Lebanon February 14, 2006. [ AP/WWP]


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