U.N. Resolution Inadequate, Says Lebanon's PM The United States and France point to a positive response to a draft U.N. resolution calling for a halt to fighting and asking U.N. peacekeepers to monitor the Israeli-Lebanese border. But Lebanon's Prime Minister Fuad Siniora calls the text "inadequate." His government plans to press the Security Council to amend some of the wording.
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U.N. Resolution Inadequate, Says Lebanon's PM

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U.N. Resolution Inadequate, Says Lebanon's PM

U.N. Resolution Inadequate, Says Lebanon's PM

U.N. Resolution Inadequate, Says Lebanon's PM

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LIANE HANSEN, host:

Today's attack by Hezbollah came as diplomatic efforts picked up this weekend to end the three and half week-long conflict. The United States and France say they have received a positive response to a draft U.N. resolution calling for a halt to the fighting and asking U.N. peacekeepers to monitor the border between Lebanon and Israel.