Germany May Send Troops to Lebanon

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BERLIN — The German government agreed “in principle” yesterday to send troops to participate in the U.N. force in Lebanon.

Chancellor Merkel and three other senior government figures said they would prefer that Germany should operate “from the sea,” rather than risk sending ground troops. Politicians and intellectuals have voiced fears that German troops might end up in combat with Jewish soldiers.

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