Lebanon, Israel agree framework for talks to end border dispute

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    There has been a potential breakthrough between Israel and Lebanon in an effort to end a decades-long border dispute. The neighbouring countries have agreed to hold the United Nations-mediated talks. The US secretary of state has called the development “historic”. Al Jazeera’s Zeina Khodr reports. –

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