Lebanon's squabbling political leaders are to meet in Qatar on Friday for talks brokered by the Arab League aimed at ending a long-running feud that drove the country to the brink of a new civil war. After nearly a week of fighting that left 65 people dead and some 200 wounded, the US-backed government and the Hezbollah-led opposition agreed to a new national dialogue to elect a president and form a unity government. A six-point plan was agreed in Beirut on Thursday, under the mediation of an Arab League delegation headed by Qatar's prime minister and foreign minister, Sheikh Hamad bin Jassem al-Thani.