Lead investigator in Beirut port blast probe, Judge Tarek Bitar, heard Monday the testimony of four civilian witnesses in the case.
Judge Bitar hears more witnesses in Beirut port blast case
- President Aoun agreed to issue an exceptional approval to give EDL a treasury advance to purchase fuel, thus easing the electricity crisis
- Saudi sources to MTV, commenting on Foreign Ministry's statement after meeting with Fahmi, Hoballah, Wazni, and members of the parliamentary economy committee: The lesson remains in implementation
- Diab signs Finance Minister's demand to cover electricity advance in foreign currency
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- Head of the Association of Private Generator Owners, Abdo Saadeh, to MTV: Rationing has started in some areas due to the inability to provide diesel, but we, as an association, said previously that we would issue the rationing schedule, but we are pleased to open a credit for ships to give fuel to power plants, and this is what we asked for
- Abdo Saadeh to MTV: EDL is required to secure 6 to 8 hours of electricity per day, so that we could cover the remaining hours, and diesel fuel must be secured at the official price to cancel the rationing of generators
- AFP: Germany says veto of individual EU member states 'must go'
- President Aoun agrees to obtain an exceptional approval to give EDL treasury advance