Middle East

Israel to Send More Troops to Lebanon

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The Israeli Cabinet voted overnight to expand ground operations in southern Lebanon.

Israel Radio reported that the number of ground troops in Lebanon will more than double.

Despite growing international calls for a cease-fire, Israeli officials say the offensive against Hezbollah could last for weeks.

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