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06-21-13
President Michel Sleiman sent Thursday a memorandum to the Arab League detailing violations to Lebanese territory by rival sides in Syria, two days after the Lebanese leader sent a similar document to the United Nations, a statement from the president's office said.

06-21-13
European Union Ambassador Angelina Eichhorst promised Thursday to provide more support to Lebanese communities hosting Syrian refugees

06-21-13
Hezbollah is exposing Lebanon to internal tensions and Israeli aggression by continuing its military campaign in Syria, President Michel Sleiman said in comments published Thursday, in the second such warning by the head of state over the resistance groups growing involvement in the conflict next door.

06-21-13
As Parliament begins a new extended mandate Friday after a constitutional body failed to act on petitions challenging the extension, focus will shift to efforts to form a new Cabinet, political sources said Thursday.

06-21-13
TRIPOLI, Lebanon: Violence linked to the war in Syria claimed the life of a man in the Bekaa Valley Thursday, as sniping and clashes returned to the northern city of Tripoli.

06-20-13
This is turning into a dark and nervous summer in Lebanon. Peace depends on maintaining a delicate balance of power between different religious groups.

06-20-13
Mufti of Sidon Sheikh Ahmed Nassar on Wednesday warned that "the seditions that have been moving from one Lebanese area to another, especially those of a sectarian nature," have spread to the southern city of Sidon.

06-20-13
President Michel Suleiman said Thursday that Hizbullah made a mistake in getting involved in Syria's war, adding the party should bring back its fighters to Lebanon to avoid further security incidents in the country.

06-20-13
Imam of Sidon's Bilal bin Rabah Mosque Sheikh Ahmed al-Asir accused on Wednesday the army of defending alleged apartments owned by Hizbullah gunmen in the southern city.

06-20-13
ABRA, Lebanon: Residents in Abra were coming to terms Wednesday with the violence that quickly engulfed this eastern suburb of Sidon as supporters of Salafist preacher Ahmad Assir and pro-Hezbollah gunmen clashed Tuesday evening. Some who came home after the clashes found shattered apartments swimming in debris where rockets had struck their building a day earlier.

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