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Flood of Syrian Refugees Strains Lebanon's Fragile Political Consensus Can Lebanons Consociative Democracy Hold?

Lebanon's Hariri calls for lawmakers to elect a president By Alexander Dziadosz BEIRUT (Reuters) - Former Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri on Friday called on lawmakers to elect a president after nearly two months of a power vacuum in Lebanon. He also demanded that Shi'ite movement Hezbollah pull out of the war in neighboring Syria. Lebanon has not had a president since May because politicians have been unable to agree on a candidate that would satisfy ...

Lebanon wary of fighters returning from Syria As government casts dragnet for would-be 'terrorists', residents with ties to Syrian rebel groups flee farther north.

Syrian refugees, sectarian tensions endanger Lebanon: U.N. By Stephanie Nebehay GENEVA (Reuters) - Lebanon is at risk of crumbling as a state under the burden of 1.1 million Syrian refugees and foreign donors must make good on pledges of support to help it survive the crisis, the top U.N. official in the small coastal country warned on Monday. Political and religious leaders in Lebanon, both Sunni and Shi'ite Muslim, so far have kept a lid on growing ...

Rockets fired from south Lebanon hit Israeli territory Two rockets were fired into northern Israel from Lebanon on Friday, and Israel's army responded with artillery fire, Lebanon's news agency and security sources said, adding it was unclear who was behind the initial attack. Southern Lebanon is a stronghold of Hezbollah, a Shi'ite Muslim group that battled Israel seven years ago and is engaged in Syria's civil war in support of President Bashar al ...

Lebanon water treatment plant on hold The city of Lebanon is holding off on plans to construct a new water treatment plant until an agreement is reached with the city of Albany regarding the Santiam Canal.

Sentencing of Palestinians fuels tension in Lebanon camp The Lebanese army sent reinforcements Saturday to a refugee camp after a court handed heavy sentences to 22 Palestinians over deadly clashes six years ago between Islamists and the army. Friday's verdicts in Beirut were the latest in the ongoing trials of Lebanese and other Arabs accused of involvement in the months-long 2007 battles at Nahr al-Bared in northern Lebanon. Judicial sources said ...

Rockets fired at Israel from Lebanon, drawing Israeli fire BEIRUT/JERUSALEM, (Reuters) - Rockets were fired at Israel from southern Lebanon on Monday, drawing retaliatory artillery fire from Israeli forces, Lebanese security officials and the Israeli army said, in the third such rocket attack from Lebanon since Friday. The attacks from Lebanon have coincided with an Israeli offensive on the Hamas-run Gaza Strip which Palestinian officials say has killed ...

Lebanon files UN complaint against Israel Lebanon filed a complaint on Thursday against Israel at the UN Security Council, saying it had violated its sovereignty by opening fire on its territory in retaliation for rocket attacks. The foreign ministry said Israel fired 102 shells at Lebanon between July 11 and 14, during the ongoing war between Israel and Gaza, describing this as "repeated and dangerous violations". During that same ...

Why rockets fired from Lebanon don't open a new front for Israel A small-scale attack from Lebanon was widely anticipated given the escalation between Israel and Hamas in recent days, but it is unlikely that the Lebanon-Israel front will deteriorate further. Shiite militant group Hezbollah, the most powerful military force in Lebanon, is deeply engaged in Syrias grueling civil war on behalf of the regime and does not want to open a front with Israel. Israel ...

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