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Capture of IS chief’s ex-wife a coup for fragile Lebanon

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By: VENETIA RAINEY Beirut, Lebanon – There is no longer any point in saying Lebanon is “on the brink”. The

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Jihadi hostage-taking: Could it get out of control in Lebanon?

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By Nicholas Blanford While the world has been transfixed – and horrified – by the gruesome and chilling hostage dramas

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Lebanon confirms holding Baghdadi’s ex wife , daughter

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DNA tests confirm Lebanon is holding the young daughter of Islamic State (IS) leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the country’s interior

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Lebanon insists that detained woman is IS chief’s wife, rejects Iraqi claim , update

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Iraq’s Interior Ministry said on Wednesday that a woman detained by Lebanese authorities was not the wife of Islamic State

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Iranian jets strike Islamic State targets in Iraq, U.S. official

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Iranian aircraft conducted strikes against Islamic State positions in eastern Iraq last weekend, expanding Tehran’s role as a close ally

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Gunmen ambush Lebanese army patrol killing 7 soldiers, updates

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Militants ambushed a Lebanese army patrol near the border with Syria on Tuesday, killing six Lebanese soldiers and wounding one,

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Iraq Government and Kurds Reach Deal to Fight ISIS

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In a far-reaching deal with the potential to unite Iraq in the face of a Sunni insurgency, the government of

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Hezbollah chief and former Iraqi PM met in Lebanon

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Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah and Iraq’s Vice President Nouri al-Maliki met recently in Beirut and reportedly expressed their confidence in

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Lebanon detains wife and daughter of Islamic State chief

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The Lebanese army detained a wife and daughter of Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi as they crossed from Syria

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1.7m Syrian refugees face food crisis as UN funds dry up

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More than 1.7 million Syrian refugees in Jordan, Lebanon, Turkey, Iraq and Egypt are facing a disastrous and hungry winter

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