Dnevnik Wonders about Chances for Peace in the Mideast after Assad's Death

Ljubljana, 12 June - Now that Syrian President Assad has died, all major policy-makers are aware that it will be much harder for Israel to make a peace deal with Syria and Lebabon, though the job of negotiatiors would be hard even if Assad lived, a Slovene daily establishes in Monday's issue proceeding from the idea that the Israelis' pull-out from south Lebanon has provided an excellent opportunity to continue the negotiations.

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