A Missing Prime Minister Is the Antihero of Beirut’s MarathonThe reporter’s husband and son greeting family and friends as they run the eight-kilometer race at the Beirut Marathon.

A Missing Prime Minister Is the Antihero of Beirut’s Marathon

It was rebuilt, controversially, as a playground for the wealthy, under Rafik Hariri, a former prime minister who symbolized unity to some and corru

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It was rebuilt, controversially, as a playground for the wealthy, under Rafik Hariri, a former prime minister who symbolized unity to some and corruption to others.

The race ends up at Mr. Hariri’s tomb; he was killed in 2005 in a bombing that roughly half the country blames on the powerful militia and political party Hezbollah, and the other half insists was a setup.

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