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New political crisis threatens Lebanon with disagreements over election law

Lebanon’s electoral law crisis intensifies as various proposals submitted by Lebanese politicians have failed to please the different factions and groups. In light of the current deadlock, the country has two difficult options. The first is to extend the parliament’s term during a session scheduled on May 15, and the second is parliamentary vacuum, which threatens the work of the country’s constitutional institutions. Foreign Minister and Free Patriotic Movement (FPM) Leader Gebran Bassil’s proposed electoral law......

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Lebanon Raised Churches Security During Easter Sunday

Lebanon Raised Churches Security During Easter Sunday

Churches and other places of Christian worship have been today the most watched over ghhgin Lebanon with a large deployment of military and security forces that, according to the government, will prevent attacks like the recent ones in Egypt.

On Easter Sunday,"...

Lebanon looks to save water in agriculture

Lebanon looks to save water in agriculture

USAID’s Lebanon Water Project will disburse LL300 million ($200,000) in grants to farmers, helping them to switch to water-saving irrigation technologies, a statement issued by USAID said Friday. “LWP will disburse a total of LL300 million to fund grants for on-farm schemes that promote water conservation, such as drip irrigation and water collection,” according to the statement.


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