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Former army commander Michel Suleiman takes the presidential oath in Lebanon
 
Former army commander Michel Suleiman takes the presidential oath in Lebanon
Security surrounds the Lebanese parliament as both foreign and Lebanese dignitaries arrive for the election of a new president in Beirut, Lebanon on May 25, 2008. Lebanon's parliament elected former army commander Michel Suleiman as head of state on Sunday, reviving paralyzed state institutions after an 18-month standoff between a U.S.-backed government of Prime Minister Fuad Saniora and the Hezbollah-led opposition. (UPI Photo)
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