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Lebanese Red Cross says at least 500 people here hurt
Despite two of the rockets landing in an open field there are believed to be no casualties
DNA tests conducted on body parts discovered near the vehicle that blew up yesterday, killing at least 24
Rouhani made comments during a meeting with Syrian prime minister Wael al-Halqi
Huge car bomb blast in crowded shopping centre hits Hezbollah stronghold in south Beirut as tensions rise over Syria
New opposition leader offers cease-fire for duration of Muslim holy month as Hezbollah and Assad forces besiege strategic city
General Sir David Richards cites 'UK's commitment to Lebanon's stability, democracy and sovereignty'
Large crowds poured into the streets in the troubled northern Lebanese city of Tripoli today in support of the radical Sunni sheikh Ahmad al Assir, whose followers fought fierce battles with the Lebanese army this week.
Opposition activists claim attack on Hatla was incited by President Assad’s decision to arm villagers
A man was killed outside the Iranian embassy in Beirut on Sunday after gunmen from the Iran-backed Shia militia Hezbollah opened fire on anti-Hezbollah protesters.
'America, its agents and allies want you to bring down the criminal Baathist regime, and then set up a government loyal to them'
Rebels lose strategic town of Qusayr after three weeks of bitter fighting
The transfer of advanced long-range missiles to Syria threatens Israel and puts the stability of the entire region at risk, the United States warned yesterday, urging Russia not to go ahead with the controversial sale.
Israel has already launched strikes into the war-torn country, claiming that they disrupted arms shipments to Hezbollah
Comments on long-range weapons made in interview with Hezbollah-owned channel
Comments come as a blow to international community, which has been at loggerheads over how to end the conflict