January 29, 2014

Hezbollah Pushes Lebanon to War

Michael Young, The National

The Associated Press

After signs last week that a new Lebanese government would be formed, the process has stalled amid continuing disagreements over cabinet portfolios. This represents another setback for Hizbollah at a time when the party is facing multiple challenges and risks undermining Lebanon’s shaky stability.

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TAGGED: Lebanon, Middle East, Syria, Hezbollah

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