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08-04-13
Praise continued to be heaped on President Michel Sleiman Sunday after his Army Day speech calling for support of the military and control of Hezbollah's weapons.

08-04-13
President Michel Sleiman called Saturday for an inclusive government that can garner the widest political support and stressed the need for a return to the Baabda Declaration which aims to distance Lebanon from the crisis in Syria.

08-04-13
A Lebanese man confessed to authorities Saturday for having raped several minors as well as documenting the sexual assaults in photos and videos, the police said in a statement.

08-04-13
A Lebanese man from the northern city of Tripoli died a martyr earlier this week in a suicide bombing that targeted soldiers in Syria, a sheikh from Salafist Hizb Ut-Tahrir said Saturday.

08-04-13
TRIPOLI, Lebanon: Residents of the border town of Arida in north Lebanon attacked a joint Lebanese-Syrian security center Sunday over the alleged killing of a Syrian trying to cross into Lebanon.

08-01-13
Lebanon will mark Army Day Thursday by holding a major ceremony at the Military Academy in Fayyadieh. Also, demonstrators will gather in the afternoon at Martyrs Square in Downtown Beirut, in support of the Army.

08-01-13
U.S. Ambassador-designate to Lebanon David Hale blasted Hezbollah over its military involvement in Syria and pledged further economic support for Lebanon at his confirmation hearing in Washington.

08-01-13
Two men were killed and two others injured in an early Wednesday morning collision on Btouratij road in the north Lebanon district of Koura.

08-01-13
Caretaker Finance Minister Mohammad Safadi denied Wednesday reports that he had sounded the alarm over a lack of liquidity at the Treasury. A newspaper quoted Safadi in its headline as saying state finances are at risk. This is completely false and [Safadi] has never made such a statement, Safadis office said in a statement. The Treasury is in a sound situation.

08-01-13
Defense lawyers for the men accused of carrying out the assassination of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri said they would not be ready for trial in early December, raising the prospect that the start of proceedings could slip into next year.

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