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Lebanon's Anti-Government Protesters View Army As Unifying Force

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News Brief: Yovanovitch Testifies, Student Loans, Lebanon Protests

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Lebanese Prime Minister Resigns

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Syrians React To Death Of ISIS Leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi

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ISIS Leader Killed In U.S. Raid. What's Next For The Terrorist Group?

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Anti-Government Protests Continue In Lebanon And Move To Include Hezbollah Leader

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Anti-government protesters wave national flags as Lebanese army soldiers form a human barrier in the area of Jal el-Dib in the northern outskirts of the Lebanese capital of Beirut. Patrick Baz/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Hundreds Of Thousands Of Protesters Fill Main Squares In Lebanon

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Lebanon Is Crippled By Massive Anti-Government Protests

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In this photo taken Thursday, flames and smoke billow from a fire on a target in Ras al-Ayn, Syria. This is the result of shelling by Turkish forces, the same day Turkey and the U.S. were negotiating a cease-fire agreement. Cavit Ozgul/AP hide caption

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Kurdish General Slams U.S.-Syria Policy; Gen. Petraeus Calls Withdrawal 'A Betrayal'

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