THE EDGE OF EXTINCTION


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Issue 369 - 22 Aug 1989
When Saudi Arabia, Algeria and Morocco agreed at the Casablanca summit in May to form the mediation committee on Lebanon, King Fahd, President Chadli Benjedid and King Hassan put much of their personal and political prestige on the line. But the decision to raise the Arab League mediation effort to heads of state level indicated both the magnitude of the problem and the difficulties envisaged in bringing any sort of peace to Lebanon.

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