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September 27, 1988
Lebanese Maj. Gen. Michel Aoun failed to win Arab recognition for his fledgling Christian military Cabinet in a struggle for power with a rival Syrian-backed Muslim government. Of the Iraqi, Tunisian and Egyptian diplomats who attended a meeting at the presidential palace, apparently none made any commitment to Aoun's Cabinet, while other Arab envoys boycotted the session.
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February 20, 2000 | From Associated Press
Egypt's president paid a key visit to Lebanon on Saturday, meeting with his Lebanese counterpart and expressing support for the guerrillas who are fighting Israeli occupation of a swath of southern Lebanon. President Hosni Mubarak's visit demonstrated the two nations' solidarity in the face of recent Israeli airstrikes here. Mubarak held talks with Lebanese President Emile Lahoud.
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August 14, 1989 | NICK B. WILLIAMS Jr., Times Staff Writer
Syrian-led ground forces assaulted a strategic, Christian-held ridgeline above Beirut on Sunday, escalating the bloody conflict that staggered the Lebanese capital with a fourth straight day of relentless shelling. The attack on the mountaintop town of Souq el Gharb began at 10 a.m. and was led by a Syrian army infantry brigade, supported by Druze and pro-Syrian Palestinian troops, according to reports from Beirut. It was the first major ground assault of the five-month battle for Beirut.
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August 14, 1989 | NICK B. WILLIAMS Jr., Times Staff Writer
Syrian-led ground forces assaulted a strategic, Christian-held ridgeline above Beirut on Sunday, escalating the bloody conflict that staggered the Lebanese capital with a fourth straight day of relentless shelling. The attack on the mountaintop town of Souq el Gharb began at 10 a.m. and was led by a Syrian army infantry brigade, supported by Druze and pro-Syrian Palestinian troops, according to reports from Beirut. It was the first major ground assault of the five-month battle for Beirut.
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February 20, 2000 | From Associated Press
Egypt's president paid a key visit to Lebanon on Saturday, meeting with his Lebanese counterpart and expressing support for the guerrillas who are fighting Israeli occupation of a swath of southern Lebanon. President Hosni Mubarak's visit demonstrated the two nations' solidarity in the face of recent Israeli airstrikes here. Mubarak held talks with Lebanese President Emile Lahoud.
NEWS
September 27, 1988
Lebanese Maj. Gen. Michel Aoun failed to win Arab recognition for his fledgling Christian military Cabinet in a struggle for power with a rival Syrian-backed Muslim government. Of the Iraqi, Tunisian and Egyptian diplomats who attended a meeting at the presidential palace, apparently none made any commitment to Aoun's Cabinet, while other Arab envoys boycotted the session.
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