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Olmert ready to consider Lebanon’s offer

Israel is studying Lebanon’s offer to deploy some 15,000 Lebanese troops along the Israel-Lebanon border to take control of the Hezbollah stronghold, Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert said Tuesday. Israel has long demanded a deployment of Lebanese forces in southern Lebanon, along with the disarming of Hezbollah guerrillas. However, it appeared Israeli leaders were reluctant to embrace Lebanon’s offer more strongly because of concern it might be a ploy to get Israeli troops out of south Lebanon. Full Story

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