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Beggar found dead with Dh4.1 million in Lebanon

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In a mysterious case, an elderly woman beggar was found dead while in possession of millions in cash. Dubbed the 'Millionaire Beggar', the 52-year-old was found dead inside a car in the Lebanese town of Ouzai. 

According to an Annahar report, 52-year-old Fatima Othman was found in possession of 5,000,000 Lebanese pounds (Dh12,180 approx). She also had a savings account worth 1.7 billion in Lebanese currency (Dh4.1 million approx).

The country's Internal Security Forces said that Othman died of natural causes. Her body has been returned to her family who lives in another town where she has been buried.

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