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Jamaica Gleaner International
published: Friday | August 18, 2006

MIDEST: Army moving in - Lebanon soldiers take charge of south as Hezbollah 'disappears'
KHARDALI, Lebanon (Reuters): Lebanese troops deployed in south Lebanon yesterday, linking up with United Nations peacekeepers to take control of Hezbollah strongholds as Israeli forces pulled back after their 34-day war with the guerrillas.

UN: Darfur peace bid

UNITED NATIONS (Reuters): Britain and the United States introduced a Security Council resolution yesterday to send some 17,000 United Nations peacekeepers to Sudan's Darfur region, despite opposition from the Khartoum government.


EQUADOR: Violent volcano

QUITO, Ecuador (AP): A violent eruption by Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano showered incandescent rock and lava on nearby villages, killing at least one person, leaving 60 missing and burning residents as they tried to flee, a local mayor said yesterday.




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