France Commits 200 New Troops to Lebanon Force
France, an force behind the U.N.-brokered cease-fire in Lebanon says it will send only 200 extra troops right now to police the peace. Observers had expected France to send about 2,000 troops to police the Israel-Lebanon border.
Steve Inskeep talks to reporter Alasdair Sandford in Paris about why the French backed off.
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