PM Saniora to recommend accepting UN cease-fire

By BEIRUT, LEBANON
August 12, 2006 16:56

 
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With a government vote on the UN cease-fire resolution hours away, Lebanon's prime minister Saturday said the plan to end fighting between Israel and Hizbullah served his country's interests. Fuad Saniora signaled that his Cabinet would approve the plan when it met later Saturday. "This resolution shows that the whole world stood by Lebanon," he told reporters.

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