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04-14-13
MP Walid Jumblatts National Struggle Front bloc is seeking to challenge the draft law approved by Parliament earlier this week that called for suspending candidacies for the upcoming elections, caretaker Social Affairs Minister Wael Abu Faour said.

04-14-13
President Michel Sleiman slammed Israel for its repeated threats and breaches of Lebanese airspace Sunday and urged the international community to apply more pressure to end the violations, a statement from the presidents office said.

04-14-13
Grand Mufti Sheikh Mohammad Rashid Qabbani held the elections of members of the Higher Islamic Council Sunday despite the Shura Council's opposition to holding the polls.

04-14-13
Hezbollah MP Mohammad Raad called for the formation of a political Cabinet Sunday while another party official urged an understating among Lebanon rivals over the formation of a new government and a new electoral law.

04-12-13
President Michel Sleiman said recent Syrian strikes on east and north Lebanon are unjustified after reports showed that the targets were non-military.

04-12-13
Lebanese Forces leader Samir Geagea urged authorities to put an end to Hezbollahs role in the violence in neighboring Syria for fear it could have a catastrophic impact on Lebanon.

04-12-13
Six people were wounded Thursday when Syrian warplanes attacked an area in northeast Lebanon, Arsals deputy mayor and residents told The Daily Star.

04-12-13
A few taps on an iPad can get you into Eastwood Colleges latest classes. The Arabic instructor gives you the days lecture and a few more taps bring up the required reading, lessons and graded quiz.

04-12-13
The number of Palestinians who have fled the violence in Syria for Lebanon has reached 40,000, and some refugees have gone on hunger strike to protest what they deem a shortfall in assistance from the United Nations.

04-12-13
Lebanon needs to generate around 20,000 additional jobs per year over the next decade, transform its economy into a productive model and reform social protections, the World Bank said in a highly critical study released Thursday.

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