#COVID19 - LEBANON : Sherazade Mami, a Tunisian professional dancer and performer at the Caracalla dance theatre practices while wearing a surgical mask on the roof of her apartment on the eastern outskirts of Beirut 📸Joseph EID #AFP
We are gathered together on this solemn occasion to fulfill our most reverent and sacred duty. 35 years ago, 241 American service members were murdered in the terrorist attack on our Marine Barracks in Beirut, Lebanon. Today, we honor our fallen heroes...
In 1983, roughly 1,800 Marines were in Beirut to keep the peace in a Nation torn apart by Civil War. Terrorists had bombed the U.S. Embassy earlier that year, killing 63 people, including 17 Americans...
We will never forget the 241 American service members killed by Hizballah in Beirut. They died in service to our nation.
Beirut, also a site of deadly attacks, feels forgotten amid world's solidarity for Paris
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