Lebanese citizens hold placards during a silent "white march" against the government and the opposition's politics and for those who were killed and injured during the previous Friday's explosion, in Beirut, Lebanon
Lebanese citizens hold placards during a silent "white march" against the government and the opposition's politics and for those who were killed and injured during the previous Friday's explosion, in Beirut, Lebanon AP
Lebanese citizens hold placards during a silent "white march" against the government and the opposition's politics and for those who were killed and injured during the previous Friday's explosion, in Beirut, Lebanon AP

Syria-like violence seen as unlikely in a Lebanon that’s stable in its instability

October 26, 2012 1:36 PM