Lebanon government to be formed after 10-month deadlock

By REUTERS
February 15, 2014 11:47

 
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Lebanese officials will announce the formation of a government on Saturday, two senior politicians said, ending more than 10 months of impasse in a country grappling with violence spilling over from neighbouring Syria's civil war.

"A new Lebanese government will finally see the light in less than an hour," one of the sources said.

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