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Israel benefited from Hariri assassination: Lebanon ex-President Lahoud

PressTV – Lebanon’s former President Emile Lahoud says the Israeli regime has benefited most from political assassinations in the country, including that of former Prime Minister Rafic Hariri, Press TV reports. 273 more words


Frau Merkel : who is the "wir" in your "WIR SCHAFFEN DAS" ?


You said recently about the 800.000 refugees you expected to come to Germany :

“We can manage that : Wir schaffen das !”

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The Saudi Prince Caught up in a Drugs Bust is Lucky It Happened in Beirut

Rober Fisk

The Independent 

Oct. 28, 2015

 It’s not every day you get to bust a Saudi prince. Amphetamines. Twenty-five boxes and six suitcases, all – according to photos and video – stamped with the Saudi Arabia emblem of palm tree and crossed swords, to be shipped out on a private Saudi jet.  781 more words

War On Syria

Aoun Leads Baabda March, Vows to Topple Leaders of Corruption

Local Editor

Lebanese Change and Reform leader MP Michel Aoun Sunday vowed to topple the leaders of corruption as Free Patriotic Movement supporters converged on Baabda. 484 more words


Assir Cell Dissolved: Lebanon Security Chief

Ahmad al-Assir’s “terror cell” has fallen apart after the radical preacher who fought deadly battles with the Lebanese Army in 2013 was arrested last month, General Security head Maj. 179 more words

War On Syria

Hezbollah Jihadi Commander: I’m Either Martyr or Holder of Victory Flag

Al-Akhbar Newspaper

Translated by Mohamed Salami

The continuation of the open-silent war between Hezbollah and the enemy is no longer limited to a consultation among the central states, like Israel, the US and some Western countries. 850 more words


Aoun: No Decision Will Be Made at Cabinet without Our Approval

Local Editor

Free Patriotic Movement chief MP Michel Aoun said on Thursday his party achieved what it wanted at the cabinet session which convened today, stressing that any decision will not be taken without the FPM approval. 371 more words