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BEIRUT, July 27 — With no sign of a cease-fire soon, Israeli warplanes and artillery pummeled targets across Lebanon without letup Thursday, concentrating fire on the rocky border hills where Hezbollah fighters are entrenched. The Israeli government called up thousands of reservists but decided… (Washington Post — 12 minutes ago)
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BEIRUT, July 28 — As fighting raged on in southern Lebanon, Hezbollah joined the Lebanese government in a peace proposal calling for an immediate cease-fire with Israel followed swiftly by a prisoner exchange and reinforcement of U.N. troops along the embattled border, senior Lebanese officials… (Washington Post — 12 minutes ago)
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Israelis, Hezbollah Keep Up Attacks
Israelis, Hezbollah Keep Up Attacks

BRUSSELS, Aug. 25 — European countries agreed Friday to provide about half the troops for a new 15,000-member U.N. peacekeeping force in southern Lebanon, with a significant contingent expected to arrive within a week, officials announced after an emergency meeting here. (Washington Post — 13 minutes ago)
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UNITED NATIONS, Aug. 18 — The United Nations pressed Italy and other European countries Friday to commit troops to lead a vanguard U.N. peacekeeping force of 3,500 that it hopes to deploy in southern Lebanon by Aug. 28 to help enforce a fragile cease-fire between Israel and Hezbollah. (Washington Post — 13 minutes ago)
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UNITED NATIONS, Aug. 17 — France on Thursday rebuffed pleas by U.N. officials to make a major contribution to a peacekeeping mission in southern Lebanon, setting back efforts to deploy an international military force to help police a cease-fire between Israel and Hezbollah, according to U.N. and… (Washington Post — 13 minutes ago)
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International forces to replace Israel at command positions for Lebanese seaports and airports. (Washington Post — 6 hours ago)
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BEIRUT, Sept. 4 — The Lebanese government sought to reassert authority over its air and sea borders Monday in the face of a seven-week-old Israeli blockade. (Washington Post — 6 September, 2006)
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A large Italian contingent of international peacekeepers landed Sunday in Lebanon to monitor the shaky U.N.-brokered cease-fire as Israeli prime minister Ehud Olmert said he hoped to reach a peace deal with Lebanon in the wake of the recent fighting against Hezbollah guerrillas. (International Herald Tribune — 4 September, 2006)
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