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Despite the political risk of endorsing the Free Patriotic Movement leader, Hariri stressed that he took his decision even if it hurts his popularity.

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An activist group dedicated to ensuring safer online communication for Syrians has warned that maintenance work being conducted on an undersea cable providing internet to the country is part of a Russian espionage effort.

Oct 20, 2016, 9:41 PM

March 8’s latest maneuver to stall Lebanon’s presidential election

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