Friday, March 11, 2005

Cedar Update: Syrian troops leave N. Lebanon

Most Syrian troops quit north Lebanon

Almost all Syrian troops have left north Lebanon, ending an unbroken 29-year presence and underlining Syria's diminishing role in its small neighbour.

A security source said the Syrians had not vacated two major intelligence offices and two military positions in and around the town of Tripoli on Friday but could do so within 24 hours.
Okay, now they should leave Lebanon totally! And Israel should remove its troops from South lebanon, and the Golan Heights too! Why the double-standards? I wonder...

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