A map on website Flightaware.com showed aircraft avoiding Syrian airspace.
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Divisions among Lebanese leaders started to emerge Wednesday over a widely expected United States-led strike in Syria on the horizon.The Lebanese government agreed to the policy of dissociation in December last year, after Hariri's shock resignation announcement from Riyadh on Nov. 4, which was later withdrawn.Earlier in the day, Berri had also warned of the negative implications that any military action targeting Syria might have.Progressive Socialist Party MP Walid Jumblatt meanwhile said in a tweet that Lebanon should commit to the dissociation policy.
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