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Syrian refugees in Lebanon face suspicion

They're lightweight, easy to assemble and have covers that are supposed to keep you cool in the summer and warm in the winter. The U.N. refugee agency wants to test these individual housing units with an eye toward using them as shelter for Syrians fleeing their country's civil war.Full story

Diluted Hezbollah terror listing by EU is largely symbolic

BEIRUT (Reuters) - Europe's decision to blacklist Hezbollah's "military wing" was triggered by the Lebanese movement's growing role in Syria, but the partial ban may have little practical impact due to fears of destabilizing Lebanon and the wider Middle East. Full story

Lebanese army says Syria rebels did not kill Assad supporter

BEIRUT (Reuters) - The killing of a well-known supporter of President Bashar al-Assad in Lebanon this week was the result of a marital dispute and not politically motivated as previously reported, a security source and the army said on Friday. Full story

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Outspoken Assad supporter assassinated in Lebanon

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Lebanon Shiites ousted from Gulf as Hezbollah fans

U.N. calls on Lebanon's Hezbollah to stop involvement in Syria

Over 50 hurt as car bomb hits Hezbollah Beirut stronghold

Fearful Lebanese Sunnis drawn to hard-line leaders

Lebanon says Israel could access its offshore oil

Gulf drive against Hezbollah may hit ordinary Shi'ites

Analysis: Tugged by Syria storm, Lebanon risks drifting into chaos

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  Sunnis' growing rage at Hezbollah role in Syria

Shi'ite Hezbollah has pledged its full support for Bashar Al Assad in his war against the largely Sunni rebel forces. This has sharpened the sectarian divides in Lebanon. As Channel 4’s Jonathan Rugman reports, there's been an increase in the cross-border attacks targeting Shia areas of Lebanon and

  Assad claims Syria has Russian missiles

If the Russians have in fact provided anti-aircraft missiles to Syria, they could be used to shoot down Western planes, or fend off Israeli airstrikes. Meanwhile, the Syrian civil war has spilled over into Lebanon where troops have been deployed. NBC’s Richard Engel reports.

  Crisis from the Syrian conflict spreads

The Atlantic’s Steve Clemons and the BBC’s Kim Ghattas discuss Sen. John McCain’s trip to Syria and whether his message is gaining traction in Congress.

  Syrian civil war spilling into Lebanon

There are new fears on Sunday that the conflict in Syria could be spilling over into Lebanon after two rockets exploded in Beirut. NBC’s Richard Engel reports.

  As the Syrian uprising nears its second anniversary, has the conflict gotten better?

The New Yorker’s Dexter Filkins talks about the role of Iran and Hezbollah in Syria and the impact of the struggles within the country.

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