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Judge Orders One-Week Reopening of Costa Brava Landfill

Urgent Matters Judge of Baabda Hassan Hamdan on Monday ordered a temporary reopening of the controversial Costa Brava garbage landfill.

The landfill will be permanently closed on Tuesday, January 24, pending a final"...

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Lebanon aims for 12 percent renewable energy by 2020

Lebanon aims for 12 percent renewable energy by 2020

Renewable energy in 2020 will represent 12 percent of Lebanon’s total electricity production and this will lead to a drop in the oil bill, said Energy and Water Minister Cesar Abi Khalil. “In 2020, 12 percent of Lebanon’s"...

Lebanon targets 12 pct renewable energy by 2020

Lebanon targets 12 pct renewable energy by 2020

Renewable energy in 2020 will represent 12 percent of the country’s total electricity production and this will lead to a drop in the oil bill, said Energy and Water Minister Cesar Abi Khalil. “In 2020, 12 percent of Lebanon’s"...

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Lebanon’s press in crisis as political funds dry up

“How is the press?” “How do you see the future of the media?” “Are you receiving your pension?”
For months, these questions have frequently been raised by journalists and others who are concerned about the crisis in Lebanon’s media industry.
Everybody, including family members and friends from inside Lebanon or different Arab"...

IDF drone crashes in southern Lebanon

An IDF Skylark drone crashed in southern Lebanon Monday near the border with Israel. The IDF is investigating the circumstances of the malfunction that caused the drone to crash in the western area of the border.

Lebanese media outlets reported that the Lebanese Army is conducting searches for the lost drone. According to Lebanese news channel "Al-Mayadeen," the drone was reported to have crashed in"...

Lebanon moves to rescue its flailing media industry

Lebanon's Information Minister Melhem Riachi announced Sunday that his ministry was drafting a subsidy plan to support floundering Lebanese media outlets.

The recently appointed minister said the financial difficulties plaguing the Lebanese media were tied to the overall economic circumstances of the country,"......

Lebanon’s press in crisis as political funds dry up

“How is the press?” “How do you see the future of the media?” “Are you receiving your pension?”
For months, these questions have frequently been raised by journalists and others who are concerned about the crisis in Lebanon’s media industry.
Everybody, including family members and friends from inside Lebanon or different Arab"...