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Amid Lebanon Protests, Pro-Syrian Govt. Resigns

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Amid Lebanon Protests, Pro-Syrian Govt. Resigns

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Amid Lebanon Protests, Pro-Syrian Govt. Resigns

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.

Guest:

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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