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Lebanon in talks with militants to prevent killing of captured soldiers -minister BEIRUT (Reuters) - Lebanon is negotiating with Sunni militants to prevent the killing of two captured soldiers, the country's health minister told Reuters on Tuesday. Wael Abu Faour would not say which group he was talking with but both Islamic State and al Qaeda's Syria wing, the Nusra Front, have captured Lebanese soldiers. Three have been killed. "We received a specific request from the ...

Untangling The Roots Of Recent Flare-Ups In Lebanon Fighting in Lebanon is spurring concerns over the country's stability. Renee Montagne checks in with New York Times Beirut bureau chief Anne Barnard to discuss why America needs to pay attention.

In Syria refugee crisis, Palestinian legacy weighs on Lebanon Faced with sectarian unrest, spillover from the Syrian civil war, a presidential vacuum, attacks against the Army, and a tottering economy, Lebanon has no shortage of problems that threaten stability and livelihoods.

Commentary: Will resilient Lebanon slide into a failed state? What keeps Lebanon from sliding into a failed state? The Lebanese appreciate their country but not their politics.

Lebanon army in control after deadly Tripoli clashes Lebanese soldiers were in control Monday of a Tripoli neighbourhood once a base for Islamist militants after three days of fierce fighting that killed at least 16 and forced thousands to flee. The fighting was the deadliest bout of Syria-related violence in Lebanon's second city since the 2011 outbreak of the civil war in Syria, leaving 11 soldiers and five civilians dead between Friday and ...

Guns fall silent in Lebanon's Tripoli as army moves in By Nazih Siddiq TRIPOLI Lebanon (Reuters) - The Lebanese army took the last position held by Islamist militants in the northern city of Tripoli on Monday, ending two days of battles that marked some of the worst fighting to spill over into Lebanon from the Syrian civil war next door. Guns fell silent as the army issued a statement saying fighters who had fled should turn themselves in or be ...

Dozens die in Lebanon as Army clashes with Sunni supporters of Islamic State The fighting in northern Lebanon follows a series of unprecedented Sunni attacks against Lebanese troops in recent weeks. Sunnis in Lebanon accuse the army of being under the control of Hezbollah, a Shiite organization.

Dozens die in Lebanon as Army clashes with Sunni supporters of Islamic State (+video) The fighting in northern Lebanon follows a series of unprecedented Sunni attacks against Lebanese troops in recent weeks. Sunnis in Lebanon accuse the army of being under the control of Hezbollah, a Shiite organization.

Fighting shakes Lebanon's north as army battles Islamists for third day By Nazih Siddiq TRIPOLI Lebanon (Reuters) - Lebanese soldiers battled Islamist gunmen across northern Lebanon for a third day on Sunday in the worst fighting linked to the civil war in neighboring Syria since militants briefly seized a border town in the summer. Four soldiers died in Sunday's clashes, bringing the total killed to 10 since militants began fighting the army on Friday following an ...

Lebanon Fears Syrian Gunmen Opening New Front In South: Sources BEIRUT, Oct. 30 (Xinhua) -- Lebanon fears that militants of the al-Qaeda linked group, the al-Nusra Front, would open a new front in southern Lebanon for cross-border attacks from their positions in southern Syria, a military source said on Thursday.

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