Will Syrian and Saudi leaders' visit to Lebanon defuse tension?
Syria's President Bashar al-Assad and King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia are in Beirut for talks with Lebanese leaders. Will this defuse tension in the region?
It is the Syrian leader's first visit to Lebanon for five years after Syria was forced to withdraw its troops following the killing of Prime Minister Rafik Hariri.
Mr Assad and King Abdullah are concerned that tensions may rise if, as rumoured, a UN tribunal indicts members of the Hezbollah movement for Mr Hariri's assassination.
Can the two leaders work together to help stabilise Lebanon? Will their visit benefit the region? Are you currently in Lebanon?
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