Lebanese singer Nancy Ajram performs during the 53rd session of the international Festival of Carthage at the Roman Theatre of Carthage in Tunis on August 9, 2017. / AFP / STRINGER
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Airport Security has disputed singer Nancy Ajram's angry tweets criticizing the handling of congestion at Beirut's Rafik Hariri International Airport.Security cameras show Ajram waiting in the arrivals hall for only 12 minutes, Airport Security claimed in a statement carried by the state-run Nation News Agency later the same day.Ajram, who was returning from Cyprus, waited in the line like everybody else until she reached the passport control desks, Lamara continued. He added that the singer had chosen to fly at night thinking that the airport would be quieter than at other points during the day.But Airport Security's statement claimed that Ajram had arrived at rush hour and that nine flights landed in less than one hour with over 1,700 passengers on board.
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