Hezbollah denied it was involved in a terrorist attack in Bulgaria that killed six, including five Israelis.
The Lebanese judo team at the 2012 London Olympics refused to practice next to the Israeli team.
Lebanon’s army is prepared to defend the country following Israel’s claim that the Iran or its allies such as Hezbollah carried out the deadly terrorist bombing in Bulgaria.
Thai authorities working with Israel arrested a Lebanese man alleged to have plotted a bombing attack.
Israel filed a complaint with the United Nations Security Council against Syria and Lebanon over the breach of its border by protesters.
The choice of Hezbollah's candidate for prime minister has led to protests in Lebanon. Najib Miqati, a billionaire and former prime minister, will set about forming a government after being chosen by Hezbollah and its allies, reportedly backed by Iran and Syria. Miqati won 68 seats in Lebanon’s 128-member Parliament. He succeeds Saad Hariri, whose government was backed by the United States and France. Hariri's father, Rafik, was assassinated in 2005 while holding the same position. Saad Hariri was removed as prime minister after Hezbollah and its allies withdrew from his government. He said he will lead the opposition against the new government.
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