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Cabinet divided on how to hold hostage talks
Future officials meet Hariri on presidency, dialogue
Aoun: Include the families in the crisis cell
Lebanon launches food safety training center
Highly toxic Lannate widely used in Lebanon
Lebanese increasingly chasing second nationality as backup
International community wants stable Lebanon: U.N.
Electoral law knot far from being unraveled
Differences bedevil redrawn refugee proposal
Saudi deputy crown prince calls for presidential solution
Doubts cast over hostage mediator appointment
Lebanon, U.N. seek $2.14B for refugees
Berri seeks speedy gas exploration
Salam walks fine line to preserve Cabinet unity
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The militias defending Iraq from Islamic State
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Max Boot: Abandoning the Free Syrian Army
Michael Pregent: Don't feign outrage over torture report
The Islamic State: Existential or exaggerated danger?
Analysis: Why the U.S. is losing the war against the Islamic State
Michel Rocard: Iran in the Middle
Joseph Nye: Putin’s Rules of Attraction
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Qaeda takes two Syrian bases in major blow to regime
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French police dismantle network sending jihadist fighters to Syria
Obama vows no safe haven for Islamic State
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