Heavy rain and strong winds batter Lebanon

By ASSOCIATED PRESS
December 12, 2010 18:27

 
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BEIRUT- Heavy rains flooded the streets in Beirut and snow forced some road closures in remote mountain towns in Lebanon.

A woman died Saturday night when an uprooted tree fell on her car in the northern port city of Tripoli, authorities said.

Flights in and out of Beirut's international airport were delayed.


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