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Referendum article: Mosaic of broken Lebanese flag superimposed on protesters outline carrying placards.

Referendum, not early elections or delayed reform, for Lebanon

As was the case in Chile, referendums can be an opportunity and a vehicle for immediate action if implemented without undue influence.

RAMCO will stop collecting trash in Beirut, Metn, and Keserwan

RAMCO is asking the Lebanese government to deliver its dues to the waste management company in dollars, as per their contract, so that it can pay off its bank debts and operational costs.

Lebanese pound rises against dollar as Hariri begins government consultations

The value of the Lebanese pound continues to rise against the dollar, trading at nearly LL 7,050 today following Prime Minister-designate Saad...
Prime Minister Saad Hariri

Out with the old, in with the old: Hariri returns to...

Saad Hariri won 65 out of 120 possible votes, making him Lebanon's "new" prime minister designate.
Revolution Anniversary Photo Essay

Flame of the revolution: An anniversary photo essay

Hundreds of protesters in Beirut took to the streets on October 17 to commemorate one year since the start of the Lebanese uprising.