CAIRO — Lebanese politicians and their allies in the West are urging calm after the killing of an intelligence chief set off sectarian violence and fears the nation could be further dragged into the conflict in neighboring Syria. Some political observers believe despite the tensions, Lebanon should be able to weather the current storm.
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