Lebanon News

Lebanon’s Salameh says ‘banking secrecy must stay’

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 Lebanon’s central bank governor, Riad Salameh, said in a televised interview on Tuesday that he was in favour of maintaining

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Lebanon security forces raid central bank chief’s home to execute subpoena

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BEIRUT – Lebanon’s state security agency raided a house belonging to central bank Governor Riad Salameh on Tuesday night to

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Mikati won’t have an easy ride for nomination as next PM

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The re-nomination of caretaker PM Najib Mikati for thePM post in “serious risk,” MTV reported on Monday, adding that the

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$3.2 billion plan launched to support Lebanese families and refugees

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The Lebanese Government, the United Nations and partners on Monday announced a $3.2 billion appeal for the country to address

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UN chief calls on Lebanon to respect verdicts in Hariri murder case

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UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Saturday called on Lebanon to respect the verdict of a UN-backed court on the assassination

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Greek gov tells Lebanese Chargé D’affaires it doesn’t own Energean vessel

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Athens- The Lebanese foreign minister told Al Mayadeen TV on Friday that the Greek foreign ministry summoned the Lebanese chargé d’affaires in Athens.

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Lebanon’s Patriarch urges gov. formation, pres. election, resolving refugee situation

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Lebanon’s Maronite Patriarch Beshara al-Rai called for the formation of a new government, asserting his rejection of a “caretaker government,”

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US offers $10 mil. reward for Info on Hezbollah financier

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The United States offered a $10 million reward for anyone who provides information on Hezbollah financier Muhammad Ja’far Qasir. It

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Reformist MPs agreed to disagree on naming a PM , each MP to meet separately with Aoun

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According to media reports the so called reformist MPS could not agree on the name of a potential PM ,

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Life imprisonment sentence of Hariri killers ‘clearest condemnation of Hezbollah”, says ex PM

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A UN-backed court sentenced two Hezbollah members in their absence to life imprisonment on Thursday for a huge Beirut bombing

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