US presence is back in Beirut

Albrecht, Kirk
July 1998
Middle East;Jul98, Issue 280, p21
Examines relations between the United States and Beirut in Lebanon. Reference to the bombing of the United States embassy in 1983; Details on the United States State Department lifting the travel ban against Lebanon; Information on the performance of the Citibank in Lebanon; How Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri feels about rebuilding relations with the United States.


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