Maria Abi-Habib

Wall Street Journal

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Middle East correspondent for the Wall Street Journal

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A senior commander of Hezbollah was assassinated today in Beirut, apparently another incident in Lebanon's sad history as a battleground for proxy wars.

Top Hezbollah Military Leader Killed in Beirut

A senior commander of Hezbollah was assassinated today in Beirut, apparently another incident in Lebanon's sad history as a battleground for proxy wars.

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Supporters of ousted Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi have camped out in Tahrir Square calling for Morsi's reinstatement.

Anti-US Tensions Mount in Egypt

Supporters of ousted Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi have camped out in Tahrir Square calling for Morsi's reinstatement.

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