Lebanon Agrees to Send Troops to South

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It's been another day of Israeli bombs, Hezbollah rockets and heavy ground fighting in Lebanon.  In the latest initiative aimed at a cease-fire, the Lebanese government has promised 15,000 soldiers as a peacekeeping force in the southern part of the country.  From Beirut, Mohamad Bazzi, Middle East Bureau Chief for Newsday, reports on the Lebanese government's offer to participate in the peace-keeping force and the response of Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert.




Warren Olney