Lebanese presidential vote postponed again until February 11

Lebanon's parliament speaker on Sunday postponed a session to elect a new president until February 11 - the latest of more than a dozen such delays since the sharply divided legislature first tried to select a new head of state in September. The announcement by Speaker Nabih Berri came shortly after Berri met with Arab League Secretary-General Amr Moussa, who has been holding talks with rival Lebanese factions since last week on an Arab plan calling for the election of army commander, Gen. Michel Suleiman, as president, the formation of a national unity government and the adoption of a new electoral law.