Annia Ciezadlo

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In Beirut, Lebanon, weeks of protest turned violent today and Hezbollah has called a general strike against the elected government.  There have been deaths and hundreds of injuries. …

Protests in Beirut Turn Violent

In Beirut, Lebanon, weeks of protest turned violent today and Hezbollah has called a general strike against the elected government.  There have been deaths and hundreds of injuries. …

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Syria has said it does not want international peacekeepers near its Lebanese border, but  UN Secretary General Kofi Annan says  President Bashar Assad has agreed to help prevent the…

Syria Vows to Try to Stop Arms Flow into Lebanon

Syria has said it does not want international peacekeepers near its Lebanese border, but UN Secretary General Kofi Annan says President Bashar Assad has agreed to help prevent the…

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