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Written by US Embassy Press Release   
Tuesday, 30 October 2007

US Amb. Jeffrey Feltman
US Amb. Jeffrey Feltman

The U.S. Embassy in Beirut categorically denies all rumors 

press releases 2007
No U.S. Military Bases in Lebanon
October 29, 2007

The U.S. Embassy in Beirut categorically denies all rumors, reports, and news stories about alleged U.S. intentions to build U.S. military bases in Lebanon.  As we said last week and are reiterating today, there is no basis for this story.  There has been no request from the Government of Lebanon for such action, nor has the United States Government requested such bases. We regret that this fabricated story continues to be published.

http://lebanon.usembassy.gov/latest_embassy_news/press-releases/pr102907.html

 



 
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