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More E.U. Peacekeepers Needed, Annan Says
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More E.U. Peacekeepers Needed, Annan Says

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More E.U. Peacekeepers Needed, Annan Says

More E.U. Peacekeepers Needed, Annan Says
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Faced with an underwhelming initial response, U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan says he will try to persuade European nations to supply more peacekeeping troops for southern Lebanon.

Christian Science Monitor correspondent Nicholas Blanford talks with Madeleine Brand about the so-far lukewarm response to enforcement of the cease-fire deal.

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