Taef Accord

A Senate for Lebanon is a national demand, Arslan

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Lebanese Democratic Party leader MP Talal Arslan added his voice for supporting the establishment of a Lebanese Senate in addition

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MP Hashem: Taef Accord is “dead”

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Free Patriotic Movement MP Abbas Hashem told Al-Jadeed television on Sunday that the Taef Accord was “dead.” “The Taef Accord

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Tripoli clashes and Syrian crisis not linked, Suleiman

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President Michel Suleiman told al-Liwaa newspaper on Tuesday that the clashes in Lebanon’s northern capital Tripoli have been caused by

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Egypt, France call for Lebanon stability

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The foreign ministers of Egypt and France on Saturday called for stability in Lebanon, as the Mediterranean country struggled with

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Nabih Beri 1, Sfeir et al 0.

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By Ghassan Karam

Patriarch Sfeir, General Aoun, Hariri and most of the other non Shi’ite political luminaries in Lebanon have so far been getting Beri jabs and swift combinations that they cannot seem to duck or avoid.

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Suleiman calls for abolishing political sectarianism in Lebanon

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President Michel Suleiman addressed the nation on the eve of Lebanon’s 66th anniversary of independence saying: “To encourage vast participation in political life, a national committee should be established and charged with abolishing political sectarianism.”

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Twenty years later, little has changed

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By Maurice Obeid

Twenty years ago this month, on November 4 1989, the civil war ended with the ratification of the Taif Accord.

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