Lebanon POW: 12 – 18 November

Nothing, nothing can justify this terrorism that melds human flesh with iron cement and dust. Mahmoud Darwish.

Relative of Samer Huhu, who was killed in a twin bombing in the area of Burj al-Barajneh, waves his portrait as she mourns during his funeral in the southern suburb of the capital Beirut. Lebanon mourned 44 people killed in south Beirut in a twin bombing claimed by the Islamic State group, the bloodiest such attack in years. (JOSEPH EID / AFP)

Relative of Samer Houhou, who was killed in a twin bombing in the area of Burj al-Barajneh, waves his portrait as she mourns during his funeral in the southern suburb of the capital Beirut. Lebanon mourned 44 people killed in south Beirut in a twin bombing claimed by the Islamic State group, the bloodiest such attack in years. (JOSEPH EID / AFP)

Lebanese mourners and friends carry the coffin of Samer Houhou, killed in twin suicide attacks in a Beirut suburb. (Wael Hamzeh / EPA)

Lebanese mourners and friends carry the coffin of Samer Houhou, killed in twin suicide attacks in a Beirut suburb. (Wael Hamzeh / EPA)

Relatives mourn over the coffin of Hezbollah member, Adel Akram Termos, who was killed in the two explosions in Beirut's southern suburbs, during his funeral in Tallousa village. (Karamallah Daher / REUTERS )

Relatives mourn over the coffin of Hezbollah member, Adel Akram Termos, who was killed in the two explosions in Beirut’s southern suburbs, during his funeral in Tallousa village. (Karamallah Daher / REUTERS )

Relatives and Hezbollah members carry the coffin of their comrade, Ali Abbas Dia, who was killed in the two explosions in Beirut's southern suburbs, during his funeral in Baflay village, southern Lebanon. (Ali Hashisho / REUTERS)

Relatives and Hezbollah members carry the coffin of their comrade, Ali Abbas Dia, who was killed in the two explosions in Beirut’s southern suburbs, during his funeral in Baflay village, southern Lebanon. (Ali Hashisho / REUTERS)

The Pigeon rock is illuminated with the Lebanese national flag in tribute to victims of Thursday's attacks in Beirut's southern suburbs. (Jamal Saidi / REUTERS)

The Pigeon rock is illuminated with the Lebanese national flag in tribute to victims of Thursday’s attacks in Beirut’s southern suburbs. (Jamal Saidi / REUTERS)

The Pigeon rock is illuminated in blue, white and red in the colors of the French flag in tribute to victims of Friday's attacks in Paris, in Beirut, Lebanon. (Jamal Saidi / REUTERS)

The Pigeon rock is illuminated in blue, white and red in the colors of the French flag in tribute to victims of Friday’s attacks in Paris, in Beirut, Lebanon. (Jamal Saidi / REUTERS)

A man looks on as the Russian, Lebanese and French flags are projected on one of the Giza pyramids, in tribute to victims from the respective countries, on the outskirts of Cairo, Egypt. (Amr Abdallah Dalsh / REUTERS)

A man looks on as the Russian, Lebanese and French flags are projected on one of the Giza pyramids, in tribute to victims from the respective countries, on the outskirts of Cairo, Egypt. (Amr Abdallah Dalsh / REUTERS)

Members of Hezbollah and relatives carry the coffin of Mohammad Nazar, a videographer in the Hezbollah media deaprtment, reportedly killed during his coverage alongside Syrian Government forces in the countryside around Aleppo Syria, during the funeral procession in the town of Arabsalim, in southern Lebanon. (EPA / STR)

Members of Hezbollah and relatives carry the coffin of Mohammad Nazar, a videographer in the Hezbollah media department, reportedly killed during his coverage alongside Syrian Government forces in the countryside around Aleppo Syria, during the funeral procession in the town of Arabsalim, in southern Lebanon. (EPA / STR)

The Lebanese national flag flies at half staff in a sign of mourning after two blasts hit a southern suburb of Beirut, Lebanon. (Jamal Saidi / REUTERS)

The Lebanese national flag flies at half staff in a sign of mourning after two blasts hit a southern suburb of Beirut, Lebanon. (Jamal Saidi / REUTERS)

Lebanese inspect the site where two suicide bombers blow themselves up in Bourj al-Barajneh. (NABIL MOUNZER / EPA)

Lebanese inspect the site where two suicide bombers blow themselves up in Bourj al-Barajneh. (NABIL MOUNZER / EPA)

A Palestinian lights a candle during a rally in solidarity with victims of Paris attacks and recent Lebanon bombing, in front of the Nativity church in the West Bank city of Bethlehem. )Mussa Qawasma / REUTERS(

A Palestinian lights a candle during a rally in solidarity with victims of Paris attacks and recent Lebanon bombing, in front of the Nativity church in the West Bank city of Bethlehem. (Mussa Qawasma / REUTERS)

Extinguished candles lie atop an image calling for peace in Paris following a vigil to mourn the victims of attacks in both Paris and Lebanon in the Detroit suburb of Dearborn, Michigan. (Serena Maria Daniels / REUTERS)

Extinguished candles lie atop an image calling for peace in Paris following a vigil to mourn the victims of attacks in both Paris and Lebanon in the Detroit suburb of Dearborn, Michigan. (Serena Maria Daniels / REUTERS)

A model presents a creation made with chocolate by professional designers and pastry chefs during a Chocolate Fashion Show at the Salon Du Chocolat in Beirut. (Jamal Saidi / REUTERS)

A model presents a creation made with chocolate by professional designers and pastry chefs during a Chocolate Fashion Show at the Salon Du Chocolat in Beirut. (Jamal Saidi / REUTERS)

A Palestinian cab driver decided to set himself and his car on fire after he got stopped by a policeman in Beirut and can’t afford paying new fines, other than the one he should have paid. (STR)

A Palestinian cab driver decided to set himself and his car on fire after he got stopped by a policeman in Beirut and can’t afford paying new fines, other than the one he should have paid. (STR)

Supporters of the Lebanese Christian Phalange party carry an empty coffin symbolizing the Constitution of Lebanon during a protest near the parliament building, where lawmakers are meeting for the first legislative session in downtown Beirut. Lebanon's parliament convened on Thursday for its first legislative session in more than a year as lawmakers prepared to vote on mostly financial issues vital to keeping the paralyzed state afloat. (Aziz Taher / REUTERS)

Supporters of the Lebanese Christian Phalange party carry an empty coffin symbolizing the Constitution of Lebanon during a protest near the parliament building, where lawmakers are meeting for the first legislative session in downtown Beirut. Lebanon’s parliament convened on Thursday for its first legislative session in more than a year as lawmakers prepared to vote on mostly financial issues vital to keeping the paralyzed state afloat. (Aziz Taher / REUTERS)

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