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Lebanon at the edge

December 15, 2007

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THE CAR-BOMB assassination Wednesday of General Francois Hajj, chief of operations for Lebanon's army, is being attributed to a variety of suspects. Ministers in the government of Prime Minister Fouad Siniora, which is backed by Saudi Arabia, France, and the United States, blame Syria. Syria, while condemning the murder, blames Israel. Others point to Al Qaeda-inspired jihadists whom the army ... (Full article: 441 words)

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