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Monday, February 28, 2005
By Steven L. Taylor

Breaking news via Reuters: Lebanon’s Prime Minister Says His Government Resigns

Lebanon’s Syrian-backed Prime Minister Omar Karami, under popular pressure after the assassination of an ex-prime minister, said Monday his government was resigning.

This fits with a post by Kate at OTB concerning the street protests in Lebanon today.

ABC news has a lengthy story on today’s protests: Anti-Syrian Protesters Fill Beirut Streets

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3 Responses to “Lebanon’s Syria-Backed Prime Minister Resigns”

  1. Backcountry Conservative Says:

    Monday Lunch Hour
    On days that I’m between classes for lunch I’ll try to bring you a roundup of the blogroll during lunch. Today’s edition is coming to you from Fuddrucker’s in Greenville. Steven Taylor points out the Syrian-backed PM of Lebanon has…

  2. Truth. Quante-fied. Says:

    Wonderful News from Lebanon
    Two big news stories today that are strong evidence for what Bush has been saying all along; democracy and freedom are powerful tools that spread of their own accord.

  3. Steven L. Says:

    Holy #$%#%@#[email protected]

    Um. That wasn’t insightful, was it?

    Steven L.


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