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U.S. delays action on Mideast peace deal

The United States and France ran into strong opposition from Lebanon and the Arab world Sunday in their drive for speedy adoption of a U.N. resolution aimed at ending the escalating Israeli-Hezbollah conflict, primarily over the withdrawal of Israeli troops. Washington and Paris had hoped to put the draft in final form for a Security Council vote Monday. But they delayed action after Lebanon and Qatar, the council’s only Arab member, proposed many amendments to the U.S.-French draft resolution — first and foremost demanding Israel pull its forces out of Lebanon once hostilities end. Full Story

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