A Changing Lebanon

As Lebanon recovers its sovereignty from Syria's influence and the aftermath of war between Hezbollah forces and Israel, the country's factions once again face the challenge of co-existing peacefully.

Anti-Syria Protest
Joseph Barrack -- AFP
JERUSALEM -- An Arab Israeli community activist was charged Thursday with espionage after allegedly giving information about the location of Israeli defense facilities to Lebanon's militant Shiite Hezbollah movement.
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