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Talibans are descendants of 10 lost tribes of Israel

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ByMICHAEL FREUND With the fall of Kabul into the hands of the Taliban just shy of the 20th anniversary of

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Does Lebanon finally have a government that can fix the mess?

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Probably not. But after a year of stalemate, even old faces are better than none. By Zinya Salfiti Lebanon finally

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To rehabilitate Al Assad, Iran may have to rein in Hezbollah

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By RAGHIDA DERGHAM The rehabilitation of Syrian President Bashar Al Assad with the help of his ally Russia has reached

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Lebanon needs US help urgently if it wants it to ever stand on its own feet

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The country’s desperate citizens are increasingly investing their hopes in a U.S. government that has other priorities. By Anchal Vohra,

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Lebanon as we once knew it is gone

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By Lina Mounzer BEIRUT — I never thought I would live to see the end of the world. But that

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Wake up Lebanon! We should not import electricity via Syria. We can generate our own

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Syria said on Saturday that it welcomed Lebanon’s request to import via its territory electricity that is produced in Jordan

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Justice requires that Judge Bitar should be allowed to question anyone in Lebanon

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All the eyes of the relatives of the victims of the Beirut Port blast are focused on the next step

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US made a terrible mess in Afghanistan. 3 essential lessons should shape future US policy

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Through its misuse of military power, the United States has made a terrible mess in Afghanistan The time to clean

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The Taliban have retaken Afghanistan – this time, how will they rule it?

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By Antonio Giustozzi The group’s hardline beliefs are unchanged, but coalition partners and regional powers may be moderating influences The

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Behind the crisis in Lebanon, a vast bank-run Ponzi scheme

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From gas lines to medicine shortages, Lebanon is suffering the fallout of years of political and financial corruption. By Saree Makdisi

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