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07-04-13
Palestinian refugees are not taking part in recent battles and disputes across Lebanon or in Syria, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said Wednesday on his visit to the country.

07-04-13
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said Wednesday it was up to the Lebanese government to decide on Palestinian arms inside and outside refugee camps, adding that Palestinian refugees in Lebanon and Syria disassociate themselves from conflicts in both countries.

07-04-13
SIDON, Lebanon: In the aftermath of gunbattles last month, images of Sidons ruined Abra district brought tears to the eyes of most Lebanese, but for one 12-year-old they elicited an entrepreneurial gleam.

07-04-13
Free Patriotic Movement leader Michel Aoun met President Michel Sleiman Wednesday in what is seen as evidence of warming relations between various Christian factions in the country, political sources told The Daily Star. Meanwhile, Speaker Nabih Berri highlighted Lebanons dire need for a new Cabinet, vowing to facilitate the formation of a new government.

07-03-13
There is a dire need for a new Cabinet given the crisis in the country, Speaker Nabih Berri, who vowed to assist in its formation, said Wednesday, according to his visitors.

07-03-13
The Telecommunications Ministry Tuesday renewed the contracts of Lebanons two mobile operators, touch and Alfa, for three months to give the Cabinet time to launch a new tender.

07-03-13
SIDON, Lebanon: Two charred corpses found at a complex that was at the center of clashes last week between the Lebanese Army and gunmen loyal to Salafi Sheikh Ahmad Assir do not belong to the preacher and one of his close aides, DNA tests have revealed.

07-03-13
A Tripoli-based Salafi sheikh accused the Lebanese Army Tuesday of conspiring with Hezbollah to target the Sunni sect in the north and south in line with an Iranian scheme.

07-03-13
Hopes to form a new government dimmed further Tuesday, as leaders did not expect to see any breakthroughs over the Cabinet formation process. Free Patriotic Movement leader Michel Aoun said there were no indicators that a new government would be formed anytime soon.

07-03-13
Saudi Arabias ambassador to Lebanon paid a rare visit Tuesday to Hezbollahs main Christian ally Free Patriotic Movement leader Michel Aoun, but sources from his party said the talks were not a sign that the veteran leader was shifting alliances.

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