Car bombings targeting Hezbollah strongholds south of Beirut have shaken the Shiite militant group, bringing fear to a community that was largely spared the violence plaguing the rest of Lebanon. Last... more 
Car bombings targeting Hezbollah strongholds south of Beirut have shaken the Shiite militant group, bringing fear to a community that was largely spared the violence plaguing the rest of Lebanon. Last week's massive car bombing that killed 27 people and wounded over 300 in the area was the second such bombing in five weeks and the deadliest one in nearly three decades. Israeli soldiers killed a young Palestinian man at a refugee camp as troops arrived to arrest an Islamic Jihad member suspected of planning terrorist attacks. Strategist Anthony Cordesman says cutting off U.S. aid to Egypt won't make a difference. Egypt is undergoing a power struggle that will take years to play out. less 
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