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According to Lebanese media reports, a car bomb went off near the headquarters of Lebanon’s March 14 Alliance and the parliament in central Beirut on Friday, killing at least five people and wounding over 70 others.Media reports indicated that Lebanon’s former finance minister, Mohammad Shatah, and a companion of his were among those killed in the blast. Shatah also served as an adviser to the country’s former prime minister, Saad Hariri.No group has yet claimed responsibility for the Friday car bomb blast that hit near Lebanon’s parliament and March 14 Alliance headquarters in central Beirut.The Lebanese capital has been hit by several deadly bomb attacks over the past few months. At least 23 people, including Iran’s cultural attaché to Beirut, were killed and more than 140 injured in November after two explosions struck near the Iranian Embassy in southern Beirut.In this edition of the show we ask: Who are behind the recent Beirut bombing and what would be their gains?