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Europeans Fail to Follow Italy's Lebanon Lead

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Europeans Fail to Follow Italy's Lebanon Lead

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Europeans Fail to Follow Italy's Lebanon Lead

Europeans Fail to Follow Italy's Lebanon Lead

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Italy again appeals to its European neighbors to contribute troops to a U.N. peacekeeping mission in Lebanon. Italy has offered to lead the 15,000-strong force, promising to send up to 3,000 troops, provided others major European powers contribute to the force. But other European powers have been slow to accept the challenge.

Renee Montagne talks to the BBC's Mark Duff in Milan.

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