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Lebanese army sets up in Hezbollah’s territory

Lebanese government soldiers, their national red, white and cedar tree flag waving from trucks and vintage armored personnel carriers, began crossing the Litani River at dawn Thursday in a deployment that was more about symbolism than security. The Lebanese Army’s move into the separate southern fief that Hezbollah ran for nearly two decades was the potential beginning of a diplomatic way out of the bitter monthlong battle with Israel, whose vaunted army bogged down against a smaller force of skilled and entrenched guerrillas. Full Story

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