Electricité Du Liban

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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Lebanon PM, Speaker exchange accusations over 2010 budget

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Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri and Speaker Nabih Berri exchanged accusations over the 2010 budget during Tuesday’s parliamentary session In

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Lebanon Cabinet approves Bassil’s electricity plan

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The Lebanese cabinet has approved today the electricity plan that was proposed by Energy Minister Gebran Bassil, which aims at

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Lebanon cabinet to discuss Bassils’s electricity plan

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The Lebanese cabinet is scheduled to discuss the electricity crisis during an extraordinary session on Monday.

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Power was cut in Hezbollah’s Beirut stronghold due to repair work

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Electricite du Liban said Beirut’s southern suburbs are witnessing more power rationing due to repair work on one of the

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Burning tires block Beirut Airport in Hezbollah stronghold

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Over a hundred Dahiyeh residents used burning tires to block a public road leading to Beirut’s Rafik Hariri International Airport

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Beirut residents block airport road over power cuts | Update

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Update: Security forces extinguished the burning tires and re-opened access to the airport highway. Protesters then proceeded to block the

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Lebanon’s budget deficit narrows

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Lebanon’s budget deficit narrowed to 27 billion Lebanese pounds ($18 million) for January as the government spent less on subsidizing

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Qabbani: EDL chief wants to stay in control of the company

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MP Muhammad Qabbani criticized the decision taken by a member of the Civil Service Board in approving the request of

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