Lebanon’s main opposition bloc stepped up pressure Wednesday on the Hezbollah-dominated government to resign after blaming the Shi’ite militant group’s ally Syria for a car bomb that killed a top intelligence officer. The anti-Syrian opposition alliance said Lebanon’s rival groups can’t hold a national dialogue until the government led by Hezbollah and its allies steps down.
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