FILE - In this Wednesday Dec. 14, 2005 file photo, Lebanese mourners carry the coffin of slain anti-Syrian journalist and legislator Gibran Tueni as they enter inside a Greek Orthodox c

 

              FILE - In this Wednesday Dec. 14, 2005 file photo, Lebanese mourners carry the coffin of slain anti-Syrian journalist and legislator Gibran Tueni as they enter inside a Greek Orthodox c
FILE - In this Wednesday Dec. 14, 2005 file photo, Lebanese mourners carry the coffin of slain anti-Syrian journalist and legislator Gibran Tueni as they enter inside a Greek Orthodox church, during his funeral procession, in Beirut, Lebanon. Syria has a long and tumultuous history of meddling into Lebanese affairs. For much of the past 30 years, the seven-times-smaller Lebanon has lived under Syrian military and political domination. Since the uprising against President Bashar Assad began in February 2011, Lebanon has been steadily drawn into the unrest — a troubling sign for the country with political parties rooted in various Christian and Muslim sects, many of which are armed. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla, file)