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Nasrallah Reminds Lebanon Who Calls the Shots

The Hezbollah leader has a full plate of issues: Even before a new president is selected, he will have to approve the composition of a new cabinet and give his consent to the maritime border agreement that is taking shape

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The commander of the Lebanese army, Gen. Joseph Aoun, was given a grace period last week when at a ceremony, he was presented with the second installment of financial assistance that Qatar had given his army. So now, at least in the near future, the general will be able to pay his soldiers their salaries.

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