Some in Lebanon See Syrian Hand in Standoff

In Lebanon, the standoff between the army and Islamist militants outside the northern city of Tripoli has entered a second week. Negotiators trying to resolve the confrontation in a Palestinian refugee camp say the militants of Fatah al-Islam have outlined a peace offer, but the deal falls short of government demands for a full surrender.



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