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Resignation submitted by Lebanon’s information minister

Resignation submitted by Lebanon’s information minister

Manal Abdel-Samad, the information minister of Lebanon submitted her resignation on Sunday, with the country grappling with the aftermath of the deadly blast which killed more than 150 and injured an additional 6,000. There have been widespread demonstrations on the streets of Beirut following the blast, with the public demanding accountability from the ruling elite.

Sandra
Sandra
Morbo
Morbo 1 months

Such a middle eastern response to a tragedy, build mock gallows and demand your politicians resign or be hung. lets not argue with the left when they say diversity is our strength. Not like western values took centuries to nurture and promote. Im quite sure the lefts approach of melting pot multi culturalism wont have any negative effects.

Gnaw Maul
Gnaw Maul 1 months

Here we have another touchy subject that the folks at Newsvoice will censor you over if you happen to nail it. They are rather sensitive over the truth of why things go boom over there. I was wondering why then I checked the sender's name. Everything was answered in one glance.

Rose
Rose 1 months

The government of Lebanon is desperately trying to find a scapegoat that is going to appease the angry citizens. Nothing will satisfy them except regime change. Their government has failed them, and is treating them like animals. Sound familiar?

Shenanigans
Shenanigans 1 months

It's never easy being the one who has to answer questions about somebody else's mess up.

Indo
Indo 1 months

When the going gets tough, the tough sure get going, don't they !? As it's so always. You care about your own nation, do you not ? Why do you back off in an emergency like this.

Skot
Skot 1 months

Ah, no. Israel?

filthynice 88
filthynice 88 1 months

Well.... At least she's hot

Roe Jogan
Roe Jogan 1 months

Can we at least agree that she's pretty attractive?

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