Residents of Armenian-inhabited district in Beirut assaulted

Residents of Armenian-inhabited district in Beirut assaulted

PanARMENIAN.Net - Armed assailants attacked several residents in mostly Armenian-inhabited Bourj Hammoud neighborhood in Beirut, Lebanon, and vandalized their cars on Thursday, July 26 evening, Now Lebanon reported.

The victims were heading back from a visit to the Armenian cemetery when attacked.

Security forces arrived at the scene and raided the suspects’ homes in an effort to arrest the culprits.

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