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Last week, Syria began moving its 14,000 troops to the Bekaa Valley near the border with Lebanon and promised to bring all the troops and intelligence officials across the border into Syria as soon as possible.
A UN fact-finding team reported yesterday that President Assad of Syria had threatened Rafik Hariri, the former Lebanese Prime Minister, “with physical harm”. But it stopped short of pinning his assassination on Damascus.
This strikes me as interesting....Isn't it usually the reverse? The country to blame refuses to withdrawal their troops and resists the international community’s wishes. I'm not sure where to stand on this one.
as posted by EnronOutrunHomerun
Surely, finding the culprit will not so quickly bring a closing on this situation....