Beirut bombing: Hezbollah fights in Syria, Lebanon pays the price
Beirut bomb unlikely to enable Iran to play the victim during renewed nuclear talks in Geneva.
International interest in the Syrian civil war began to dwindle as soon as it became clear that the United States did not intend to attack President Bashar Assad’s regime for its use of chemical weapons against the rebels last August. But the massacres in Syria continue, and often spill over into neighboring countries. The attack on the Iranian embassy in Beirut appears to be a direct...
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