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LEBANON-HEZBOLLAH-POLITICS-ISRAEL

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An image grab taken from Hezbollah-run Al-Manar TV station shows Lebanon's Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah speaking during a televised address from an undisclosed location on February 16, 2013. Nasrallah's address came as Hezbollah marked the anniversary of the Israeli killings of Lebanese Hezbollah commanders Imad Mughnieh (L), Abbas al-Mussawi (C) and Ragheb Harb (R). Mussawi was killed on February 16, 1992 in an Israeli air raid on the southern Lebanese village of Nabatiyeh, Harb was assassinated in south Lebanon during Israel's occupation in February 1984 and Mughnieh was killed in a car bombing in the Syrian capital Damascus on February 12 in 2008. AFP PHOTO/DSK == RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE == (Photo credit should read -/AFP/Getty Images)
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An image grab taken from Hezbollah-run Al-Manar TV station shows Lebanon's Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah speaking during a televised address from an undisclosed location on February 16, 2013. Nasrallah's address came as Hezbollah marked the anniversary of the Israeli killings of Lebanese Hezbollah commanders Imad Mughnieh (L), Abbas al-Mussawi (C) and Ragheb Harb (R). Mussawi was killed on February 16, 1992 in an Israeli air raid on the southern Lebanese village of Nabatiyeh, Harb was assassinated in south Lebanon during Israel's occupation in February 1984 and Mughnieh was killed in a car bombing in the Syrian capital Damascus on February 12 in 2008. AFP PHOTO/DSK == RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE == (Photo credit should read -/AFP/Getty Images)
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Fecha de creación:
16 de febrero de 2013
Editorial n.º:
161787428
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Código de barras:
AL-MANAR
Nombre del objeto:
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An image grab taken from Hezbollahrun AlManar TV station shows... Fotografía de noticias 161787428Agarrar,Chiíes,Discurso,Estación,Exhibir,Hablar,Hassan Nasrallah,Hezbolá,Horizontal,Imágenes,Jefe,Logotipo,Líbano,Oriente Medio,Partido político,Política,Programa de televisión,SímboloPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPAn image grab taken from Hezbollah-run Al-Manar TV station shows Lebanon's Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah speaking during a televised address from an undisclosed location on February 16, 2013. Nasrallah's address came as Hezbollah marked the anniversary of the Israeli killings of Lebanese Hezbollah commanders Imad Mughnieh (L), Abbas al-Mussawi (C) and Ragheb Harb (R). Mussawi was killed on February 16, 1992 in an Israeli air raid on the southern Lebanese village of Nabatiyeh, Harb was assassinated in south Lebanon during Israel's occupation in February 1984 and Mughnieh was killed in a car bombing in the Syrian capital Damascus on February 12 in 2008. AFP PHOTO/DSK == RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE == (Photo credit should read -/AFP/Getty Images)