Bombs kill 42 outside mosques in Lebanon's Tripoli

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By Oliver Holmes and Nazih Siddiq TRIPOLI, Lebanon (Reuters) - Bombs hit two mosques in the northern Lebanese city of Tripoli on Friday, killing at least 42 people and wounding hundreds, intensifying sectarian strife that has spilled over from the civil war in neighboring Syria. The apparently coordinated blasts - the biggest and deadliest in Tripoli since the end of Lebanon's own civil war - struck as locals were finishing Friday prayers in the largely Sunni Muslim city. Lebanese officials appealed for calm. ...