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Published on 11 Jan 2013, 17:02
Fifteen years of civil war left Lebanon's capital, Beirut, a bombed out, pock-marked city in the early 1990s, but some 20 years later, Beirut is back. VOA Moscow Correspondent James Brooke traveled to the city and talks with On Assignment's Doug Bernard about its renaissance.
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