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FILE - In this Dec. 24, 1990, file photo, Sulome Anderson, daughter of Associated Press journalist Terry Anderson, the longest-held hostage in Lebanon, plays with her father's telephone at his office in Beirut. Sulome said a multi-year retracing of her father’s harrowing ordeal repaired their tattered relationship. Sulome describes the quest in “The Hostage’s Daughter,” a recently published book. Her effort to research the 1985 kidnapping of Terry in Beirut, Lebanon, eventually brought her face-to-face with one of his captors. Ultimately, it led her to see eye-to-eye with her father again. (AP Photo/Ahmed Azakir, File)

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Former Lebanese Prime Minister and lawmaker Saad Hariri waves to journalists upon his arrival to the parliament building to elect a new President, in Beirut, Lebanon, Monday, Oct. 31, 2016. Lebanese security forces tightened security in downtown Beirut on Monday as lawmakers gathered to elect a new president, a vote that's expected to end more than two years of a political vacuum in the country's top post. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)

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Lebanese activists hold up a makeshift shield as they are sprayed by riot police using water cannons during a protest against the ongoing trash crisis, in downtown Beirut, Lebanon, Sunday, Aug. 23, 2015. Lebanese riot police fired several rounds of tear gas and water cannons for the second consecutive day in downtown Beirut as they battled protesters with batons and stones _ a marked escalation of mass demonstrations against an ongoing trash crisis. (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar, File)

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A Lebanese policeman, right, tries to drags away an anti-government activist during a sit-in protest against Environment Minister Mohammed Machnouk, inside the Environment Ministry, in downtown Beirut, Lebanon, Tuesday, Sept.1, 2015. Lebanese protesters broke into the Environment Ministry in downtown Beirut Tuesday, demanding the resignation of the minister over the country’s snowballing trash crisis. (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar)

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Illustration on Hamas and Fatah by Bleibel, Daily Star, Beirut, Lebanon

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