Middle East

    Lebanon's Crisis Reflects Regional Strifei
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    March 25, 2013 9:48 PM
    The resignation last week of Lebanon's prime minister highlights the long-standing political tensions in the multi-faith government. As VOA's Elizabeth Arrott reports from our Middle East bureau in Cairo, the perils of sectarian politics is being played out with increasing intensity across the region.

    Lebanon's Crisis Reflects Regional Strife

    Published March 25, 2013

    The resignation last week of Lebanon's prime minister highlights the long-standing political tensions in the multi-faith government. As VOA's Elizabeth Arrott reports from our Middle East bureau in Cairo, the perils of sectarian politics is being played out with increasing intensity across the region.


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