Lebanese mourners carry the coffin of Sunni Muslim Ahmad Obeida, 53, who was killed by a car bomb, Wednesday, Jan. 22, 2014. A car bombing in a Shiite neighborhood in south Beirut on Tuesday targeted supporters of Lebanon's militant Shiite Hezbollah group though the victims included Sunnis.
Lebanese mourners carry the coffin of Sunni Muslim Ahmad Obeida, 53, who was killed by a car bomb, Wednesday, Jan. 22, 2014. A car bombing in a Shiite neighborhood in south Beirut on Tuesday targeted supporters of Lebanon's militant Shiite Hezbollah group though the victims included Sunnis. ASSOCIATED PRESS
Lebanese mourners carry the coffin of Sunni Muslim Ahmad Obeida, 53, who was killed by a car bomb, Wednesday, Jan. 22, 2014. A car bombing in a Shiite neighborhood in south Beirut on Tuesday targeted supporters of Lebanon's militant Shiite Hezbollah group though the victims included Sunnis. ASSOCIATED PRESS

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