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Germany's Secret Contacts to Palestinian Terrorists
By Felix Bohr, Gunther Latsch and Klaus Wiegrefe
In the busy streets of Beirut, the Lebanese capital, hardly anyone noticed the three Buick sedans that came to a stop just before the corner of Rue Verdun. Several couples got out of the cars. They were dressed casually and looked like tourists. Some of the people were in fact wearing blonde wigs and women's clothing, which wasn't recognizable from a distance.