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People walk by the hospital of the American University of Beirut, where Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Moallem receives medical treatment, in Beirut, Lebanon, Friday March 14, 2014. Lebanese security officials said al-Moallem has been rushed to the Beirut hospital and is undergoing treatment there. Lebanese lawmaker Assem Qanso, who visited al-Moallem on Friday, said outside the hospital that Syria's top diplomat is "in stable condition" and would undergo an operation. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)

People walk by the hospital of the American University of Beirut, where Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Moallem receives medical treatment, in Beirut, Lebanon, Friday March 14, 2014. Lebanese security officials said al-Moallem has been rushed to the Beirut hospital and is undergoing treatment there. Lebanese lawmaker Assem Qanso, who visited al-Moallem on Friday, said outside the hospital that Syria's top diplomat is "in stable condition" and would undergo an operation. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)

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