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Source: NOW Lebanon
Beirut : Lebanon | almost 2 years ago  
Interior Minister Marwan Charbel telephoned Speaker Nabih Berri on Tuesday and asked him to intervene to end the sit-in of hourly-wage workers at the Electricite Du Liban company...
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