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“Severe” power rationing in Mount Lebanon on Sunday

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Électricité Du Liban (EDL) announced on Saturday that the electric power generators in Deir Ammar stopped working after a malfunction

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EDL chief: We won’t sit idle and the company fall apart

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Electricité Du Liban company chief Kamal Hayek said in remarks published on Tuesday that EDL was on the verge of

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Lebanon’s EDL part-time employees go on hunger strike

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Electricité du Liban hpart-time employees set a tent in the hall in the company’s headquarters in Beirut’s Corniche al-Nahr and

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Aoun rejects draft law on EDL hourly-wage employees

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Free patriotic Movement leader MP Michel Aoun said in remarks published on Friday that his Change and Reform parliamentary bloc

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MP Qabbani: Parliament should vote on cabinet’s electricity bill version

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March 14 MP Mohammad Qabbani told Future News television on Wednesday that his Future Movement parliamentary bloc wants the parliament

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Thieves break into EDL center in Baakline el Shouf

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Unidentified individuals broke into the Electricité du Liban center in Baakline el Shouf ( located on the road leading to

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Hezbollah MP calls for declaring a state of emergency in Lebanon

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Hezbollah MP Ali Ammar called on Saturday for declaring a state of emergency in Lebanon to solve the electricity crisis

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Lebanon is booming but no end to power cuts

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On a typical night out in Beirut, glitzy nightclubs thrum with revelers, tourists pack breezy seaside restaurants and the lights

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Bassil sets end July as deadline for paying past-due water bills

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Lebanon’s Energy and Water Minister Gebran Bassil on Saturday set end July as the deadline for politicians and public figures

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Reduced power subsidies lead to lower budget deficit in Lebanon

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Lebanon’s budget deficit narrowed from a year earlier to 1.3 trillion Lebanese pounds ($868 million) in the first five months

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