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July 13, 1996 | Reuters
The United States and four other countries have approved long-stalled arrangements to monitor a cease-fire in Lebanon, the State Department said Friday. Because it involves Israel and Syria as well as the United States, Lebanon and France, the agreement is seen by the Clinton administration as a potentially important vehicle for bringing Israel and Syria into contact at a time when the future of their broader peace negotiations is unclear.
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July 13, 1996 | Reuters
The United States and four other countries have approved long-stalled arrangements to monitor a cease-fire in Lebanon, the State Department said Friday. Because it involves Israel and Syria as well as the United States, Lebanon and France, the agreement is seen by the Clinton administration as a potentially important vehicle for bringing Israel and Syria into contact at a time when the future of their broader peace negotiations is unclear.
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May 12, 1988 | STANLEY MEISLER, Times Staff Writer
Liberated French hostage Jean-Paul Kauffmann, nervous and wan, urged the United States on Wednesday not to "abandon its hostages in Beirut" but to "do something for them as soon as possible." "It is urgent," Kauffmann told a news conference. "They are suffering."
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May 12, 1988 | STANLEY MEISLER, Times Staff Writer
Liberated French hostage Jean-Paul Kauffmann, nervous and wan, urged the United States on Wednesday not to "abandon its hostages in Beirut" but to "do something for them as soon as possible." "It is urgent," Kauffmann told a news conference. "They are suffering."
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