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06-12-13
Leading business leaders warned Tuesday of total economic and financial collapse in Lebanon if the tense political and security situation did not come to a quick end.

06-12-13
A boycott by three of its members will deprive the Constitutional Council of the quorum needed to decide on petitions challenging the lengthening of Parliament’s mandate, a senior March 8 source said Tuesday, boosting the extension’s chances of being upheld.

06-12-13
HERMEL, Lebanon: A group of gunmen Tuesday killed the brother of a prominent Salafi sheikh from the Bekaa Valley town of Arsal while he was driving along the Hermel road. Ali Ahmad Hujeiri, 52, along with Abdullah Sultan and Muhieddine Hujeiri were attacked in their truck on the way back from the north after dropping off a shipment of stones.

06-11-13
Former Prime Minister Saad Hariri condemned Monday the weekend killing of an anti-Hezbollah protester and said the Lebanese people opposed the resistance group’s intimidation methods.

06-11-13
Negotiations for the release of nine Lebanese hostages held by Syrian rebels are moving “on the right track,” one of the relatives of the abductees who spoke on condition of anonymity said Monday.

06-11-13
Hezbollah officials vowed Monday to continue to help Syrian President Bashar Assad in his two-year-old civil war against rebels, while insisting the party be involved in national government decisions.

06-11-13
Lebanese authorities were investigating Monday a roadside explosion which damaged a van and a car in Taanayel, east Lebanon, security sources said.

06-11-13
President Michel Sleiman called on Hezbollah and the Iranian embassy Monday to assist in the investigation into the death of an anti-Hezbollah protester this weekend, while politicians condemned the killing and protest attack that took place outside Tehran’s mission in Beirut.

06-11-13
A roadside bomb exploded in the Bekaa Valley Monday morning and targeted two vans, which some security sources said were transporting Hezbollah fighters into Syria. Some leaders of Syria’s armed opposition have vowed to retaliate against Hezbollah on Lebanese soil after the group fought openly alongside embattled President Bashar Assad’s forces to retake the Syrian town of Qusair.

06-11-13
The Gulf Cooperation Council announced Monday it would take measures against Hezbollah loyalists’ residencies as well as against their financial and trade transactions. The GCC urged the Lebanese government to “shoulder its responsibilities” regarding “Hezbollah’s behavior and its illegal and inhumane practices in Syria and the region.”

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