Salam promised the captive soldier’s families that Lebanon would dedicate all efforts toward freeing their sons. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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Lebanon's struggle against terrorism will not be over soon, Prime Minister Tammam Salam warned Monday, while stressing that electing a president and strengthening the state were top priorities.Salam highlighted the strong link between presidential vacuum and national security.Saying Lebanon had paid a huge price because of terrorism, the last of which was the attack on the eastern Arsal town, Salam promised the captive soldier's families that Lebanon would dedicate all efforts toward freeing their sons.
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