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U.N. says Israelis to leave Lebanon by end-month

A U.N. commander said on Tuesday Israeli troops should be out of south Lebanon within days, but Israeli media said a full withdrawal could be delayed after a meeting with the U.N. peacekeepers did not reach full agreement. Israeli forces have gradually been pulling out of territory they captured during a 34-day war with Hizbollah guerrillas that ended with a truce on August 14. Israeli and Lebanese officers met with the commander of the U.N. peacekeeping force at the border on Tuesday to discuss the continued withdrawal. Full Story

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