Middle East

Opposition Groups Criticize Syria in Wake of Beirut Bombing

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After a car bomb in Beirut kills Rafik Hariri, Lebanon's former prime minister, the Bush administration accuses Syria of having a hand in the attack. Lebanese opposition groups have demanded that some 14,000 Syrian troops withdraw from the country.



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