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  • They say Sadr is following in the footsteps of other Islamist groups in the region - namely, Lebanon's Hezbollah.

    NPR Topics: News

  • While not questioning Ford's qualifications, the Republicans said that the United States should not keep an ambassador in a country that supports hardline Islamic movements such as Lebanon's

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • The dump -- near schools, hospitals and apartment blocks in Lebanon's third biggest city -- has partially collapsed into the Mediterranean Sea several times.

    Photos of the Day: Sept. 27

  • In a rare expression of criticism by one Arab government against another at the United Nations, Lebanon's U.N. Ambassador Nawaf Salam, said that "it is an honor for my country to be a co-sponsor of this resolution" that condemns the "flagrant violation of human rights" in Libya.

    U.S. defense leaders warn of no-fly-zone risks

  • First, Iran and Lebanon's Hezbollah will not come to the aid of their staunch ally in the event of an impending fall.

    We can't stop the bloodshed in Syria without talking to Assad | Nicholas Noe

  • Hamas and another Islamist adversary, Lebanon's Hezbollah militia, view Egypt's turmoil as an opportunity to strengthen their hand against Israel.

    Israel Official Says Iran Ship Is 'Provocation'

  • AFP/Getty Images Hundreds of Syrians, most of them women and children, fearing fresh violence as a result of anti-regime protests in their country cross the illegal Buqaya border point from Tall Kalakh into northern Lebanon's Wadi Khaled area on Saturday.

    Syrian Army Retaliates After Protest, Activists Say

  • Lebanon's Hezbollah-dominated government has called Israel's proposed border an "aggression" and is now threatening to attack any Israeli gas projects—even those in undisputed waters.

    Behind the Israeli-Lebanese Gas Row

  • The UN can claim a small victory, as finally the International Court of Justice in The Hague formally indicted four senior Hezbollah officials and military commanders in connection with the murder of Lebanon's Sunni Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri and 20 others in February 2005.

    Dr. Josef Olmert: The Hariri Inquiry: Lebanon, Hezbollah, Syria

  • The long wait is over, what was clear for years, became now formal; the Shi'ite terroristic Hezbollah, claiming to be Lebanon's guardian against alleged Israeli Aggression committed a murder of a Sunni leader, who was a proud Lebanese patriot, thus proving its sectarian character.

    Dr. Josef Olmert: The Hariri Inquiry: Lebanon, Hezbollah, Syria

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