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Lebanese Town Wants Syrian Soldiers Out

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Lebanese Town Wants Syrian Soldiers Out

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Lebanese Town Wants Syrian Soldiers Out

Lebanese Town Wants Syrian Soldiers Out

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Lebanon reappoints pro-Syrian Prime Minister Omar Karami. Syrian soldiers remain stationed in parts of Lebanon, including Hammana on Mt. Lebanon. Residents say the foreign troops based there have overstayed their welcome and their presence has hurt the town's tourism industry.

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