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Seismic Sep 26
DO NOT PAY Just a few members of a very large club that includes but not limited to public sector employees and military officers who conspired to rob their citizens. Numbers are inaccurate, just give and take a few billion.
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Seismic Sep 26
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Seismic Sep 28
Today's rate is 9000 Lebanese pounds to the US dollar. Further weakness in the US dollar on the way
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Seismic Sep 27
If successful, what does the new deal between Lebanon and Israel mean?
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Sara Fallah Director of ICWAF. Sep 27
Replying to @saeersabil
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Seismic Sep 27
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Seismic Sep 26
Lebanon has its own constitution, institutions and laws, but Lebanon is highjacked. There can be only one quest: ONE LEBANON
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Enough 14 Sep 21
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Seismic Sep 27
Former Lebanese MP Fares Souaid summarized the Macron Initiative. Conclusion: While there is an armed party, the Lebanese crisis will drag on ‘a Very Long Time’.
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Shant Kevorkian Sep 27
Both my country i was born in, lived in and my motherland are under attack. And they say Lebanese Armenians don't suffer.
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Loyal Patriots of Lebanon Sep 24
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Seismic Sep 22
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sami atallah Sep 27
Macron just said what we have been saying for years: Lebanese politicians are not trustworthy, liars, taking the population hostage, and serving their own interests. Now it has an international ring to it
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RYB Women Lebanon Sep 28
What do we see? - No specific demands made related to (end poverty), SDG 2, SDG 3 and SDG 4
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Khatereh Eftekharnezhad Sep 26
The vaccine should be tested on politicians first. If they survive, the vaccine is safe. If they don't, then the country is safe.
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Seismic Sep 24
If things remain the same, what does the future hold for Lebanon?
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Seismic Sep 22
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Seismic Sep 21
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Nabeel Yakzan Sep 21
Behind every complication in forming a new government and every party which refuses to make way, there lies real people on the brink of starvation with a cold and harsh winter looming over destroyed Beirut and it's displaced citizens.
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Nabeel Yakzan Sep 21
Imagine protecting the very people who keep you and your family in poverty by using live ammunition on protesters whose demands will also benefit you, then denying you ever committed such atrocities to a human rights investigation.
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