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When Syria sneezes, Lebanon catches a cold

14 September 2013

9:00 AM

14 September 2013

9:00 AM

 

Beirut

News that the Syrian regime has agreed to hand in its arsenal of chemical weapons is a great relief to Lebanon. For the past few weeks we have been wandering around like inmates on death row, fearing that a US-led strike would ignite a potentially apocalyptic conflict between Hezbollah and Israel or at the very least provoke a prolonged internal Shia-Sunni terror campaign.

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