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04-05-13
Politics is nothing new for Tammam Salam, who is to be nominated as prime-minister designate over the weekend. Born in the capital in 1945, the lawmaker belongs to a prominent Beiruti family.

04-05-13
Beirut MP Tammam Salam is set to be named at the weekend prime minister-designate to form a new Cabinet after having secured a majority of MPsí votes from across the political divide.

04-04-13
Rival political factions are set to hold separate eleventh-hour meetings Thursday to agree on their own candidates for the premiership, ahead of binding consultations for the naming of a prime minister-designate who will form a new Cabinet.

04-04-13
Lebanonís mercurial politician Walid Jumblatt strikes again as an indispensable element in the brokering of political deals, with both sides of the divide eagerly awaiting the Progressive Socialist Party leaderís stance on the upcoming consultations to nominate a new prime minister.

04-03-13
Lebanonís Internet connection speeds could leap to 20 megabits per second within the next three months, the chairman of a major ISP told The Daily Star, as the country climbed 10 places on a global Internet speed ranking.

04-03-13
Maronite Patriarch Beshara Rai warned Monday that extremist forces were working under the pretext of democracy and the Arab Spring to dismember regional states and stir up strife among various sects.

04-03-13
Tension is simmering between Speaker Nabih Berri and Change and Reform bloc leader Michel Aoun as a result of differences on the choice of a new electoral law.

04-03-13
Environmental issues should top the agenda of any future Cabinet, caretaker Environment Minister Nazem Khoury said Tuesday.

04-03-13
Gasoline prices in Lebanon dropped for a fifth week in a row Wednesday, according to data released by the Water and Energy Ministry.

04-03-13
The Lebanese Army carried out several raids in the northern Wadi Khaled region Tuesday in search of eight Syrian nationals abducted a day earlier as negotiations to secure their release were launched.

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