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A shaky cease-fire

August 22, 2006

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THE CEASE-FIRE in Lebanon has begun to seem all too tenuous, threatened by Israel's weekend raid of a Hezbollah stronghold in the Bekaa Valley and by renewed arms shipments to Hezbollah from Iran and Syria. At the same time, European governments are hesitating to commit peacekeeping troops to Lebanon, fearful of plunging into a perilous mission without a clear mandate. (Full article: 448 words)

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