Middle East

Amid Lebanon Protests, Pro-Syrian Govt. Resigns

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Amid mass protests, Lebanon's prime minister has announced the resignation of his pro-Syrian government. We look at what this means for the future of Lebanon and the Middle East.


Lynn Noueihed, reporter Global Radio News

Rami Khouri, editor at large, The Daily Star, a Lebanon-based newspaper; syndicated columnist based in Beirut

Ted Kattouf, former ambassador to Syria; president and CEO, Amideast, nonprofit organization to aid cooperation between U.S. and the Middle East and North Africa



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