Tueni

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Nadia Tueni - Personal Life
... She married Ghassan Tueni, the publisher of An Nahar and doyen of the Lebanese press, in 1954 ... Her son, Gebran Tueni, a journalist and politician, was assassinated in 2005 ... Although Nadia Tueni was Druze in her early life, she was later converted to Christianity ...
Gebran Tueni - Early Life
... Gebran Tueni was born in Beirut on 15 September 1957 ... His father was a veteran journalist and politician, Ghassan Tueni ... His paternal grandfather was Gebran Tueni, a famous journalist and an Arab Renaissance figure who founded Al Ahrar and later on An Nahar ...
Gebran Tueni - Assassination and Burial - Reactions and Perpetrators
... ask the United Nations Security Council to investigate Syrian complicity in the deaths of Tueni and other prominent anti-Syrian figures ... Before his death, Tueni was campaigning for an international probe into recently discovered mass graves in Anjar next to the main Syrian intelligence headquarters ... In his last editorial Tueni accused Syria of committing "crimes against humanity" and blamed them for the mass graves and other atrocities committed in Lebanon during their presence ...
Nadim Gemayel - Parliamentary Elections 2009
... He ran as a Kataeb and March 14 candidate alongside Gebran Tueni's daughter Nayla Tueni ... Nayla Tueni also won the Greek Orthodox seat in the same district ...
Marwan Hamadeh
... Hamadeh's sister Nadia Tueni, a notable author and French poet, was married to Ghassan Tueni, UN ambassador and senior editor of the Lebanese daily, An Nahar ... Their son, and MP Hamadeh's nephew, MP Gebran Tueni, was assassinated in a car bombing in Beirut in December 2005 ...