Mubarak's son joins aid flight to Lebanon

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August 8, 2006 13:47

 
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An Egyptian military flight arrived in Beirut Tuesday carrying relief aid and 70 officials and public figures - including President Hosni Mubarak's son Gamal - who arrived to express solidarity with Lebanon. The Egyptian delegation was scheduled to meet Lebanese President Emile Lahoud and Prime Minister Fuad Saniora.

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