AL-RAHI Calls on Bitar to continue his work, seek Int'l help
 
KUWAIT: Amiri order accepts gov't resignation, assign it as caretaker
 
JUDGE BITAR ASSERTS TO NNA: I SHALL CONTINUE MY DUTIES
 
Congratulations to our Australia Day award recipients 2023
 
ISRA Receives Grant to Build Sydney's First Islamic Museum
 
A new chapter has begun, PM Albanese tells new citizens on Australia Day
 
Progress: To immediately dismiss the Public Prosecutor of Cassation and to secure protection for Judge Bitar
 
PM Anthony Albanese Opinion Piece: Let's UNITE and make our great nation greater
 
Cost of Living Forum to help local families find rebates and discounts in their amenities bills
 
Conference explores future skills for a changing labor market
 
Cooperation relations between the armies of both countries was discussed
 
Oman, India enjoy historical economic relations
 
RAHI CONTINUES UK PASTORAL VISIT





RAHI CONTINUES UK PASTORAL VISIT  
Maronite Patriarch, Cardinal Mar Bechara Boutros Al-Rahi on Tuesday continued his pastoral visit to the United Kingdom, where he held official talks with the British Minister of State for Near Eastern Affairs and his deputy, in the presence of Lebanese Ambassador to the UK, Rami Mourtada, prelate Francis Sayah, and lawyer Walid Ghayad. 
For his part, Rahi stressed "the need to preserve diversity and pluralism in Lebanon, as it is a model of Islamic-Christian coexistence and a center of dialogue between civilizations, cultures, and religions.”
French judge Aude Buresi arrives in Lebanon on Monday to investigate Riad Salameh 
Lebanon - French judge Aude Buresi is set to arrive on Monday in Lebanon, on her second visit to the country, in order to continue her investigations into the ongoing case of Central Bank Governor, Riad Salameh, the European Observatory of Integrity in Lebanon (Observatoire Européen pour l’Integrité du Liban) announced in a tweet.

 














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