Gunman takes hostages at Beirut bank, trying to withdraw money | 7NEWS

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A gunman has taken hostages at a bank in Lebanon to withdraw money from his own savings account. The 7 hour stand-off was a dramatic example of the country’s spiralling economic crisis.

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