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Criticism of the Assad regime spreads wider, as families grieve for protesters who have been killed in the crackdown.
Can street protests bring down the government of President Bashar al-Assad six months after the uprising began?
What are the legal and political ramifications of the evidence and the indictments implicating the Hezbollah members?
Hezbollah leader dismisses UN tribunal indictment as "pure speculation" and chides it for relying only on phone records.
Israel and Lebanon say they don't want war, but months of bombastic rhetoric have elevated tensions.
UN officials "very concerned" at tensions between residents and peacekeepers in south.
Andrew Wander
Deputy leader sees little chance of an early end to the protests in Lebanon.
Despite opposition, the Lebanese cabinet has approved a plan to seek foreign assistance to help the country's security forces cope with a series of explosions since February.

Since the UN Security Council adopted Resolution 1559 last year, calling for Lebanese and non-Lebanese militia to disband, pressure on Hizb Allah to disarm has mounted.

Cilina Nasser

Preliminary results in the two electoral districts in South Lebanon have indicated a landslide victory for the list backed by the two main Shia groups, Hizb Allah and Amal.

Cilina Nasser in South Lebanon
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