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Abdel Samad Says Country Gradually Opening Its Doors For Economic Reasons, Warns Of Lingering COVID-19 Threat

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Caretaker Minister of Information, Manal Abdel Samad Najd, on Monday said via twitter: “The country is gradually opening its doors for economic reasons, but the Coronavirus threat is still great; thus, our responsibility has become even greater. Daily positive cases remain in thousands (more than 13% of the total tests) ...

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Abdel Samad Tweets On The Protection of Personal, Administrative And Financial Data

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“In wake of the Corona pandemic, cyber threat is added to the various threats Lebanon is facing, particularly with the technological advancement that widely allows for multiple electronic violations and intrusions, whether on personal, administrative, financial or other data,” cautioned Caretaker Information Minister, Dr. Manal Abdel Samad Najd, via Twitter today, ...

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Abdel Samad Partakes In Virtual Symposium On Data Collection And Management In Cases Of Enforced Disappearance

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The Regional Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights for the Middle East and North Africa organised a virtual symposium, on Data Collection and Management in Cases of Enforced Disappearance and Approaching the Process in Lebanon. The symposium was held under the patronage of His Excellency MP Dr. Michel ...

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Abdel Samad Meets With Al-Sabah

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Caretaker Information Minister, Dr. Manal Abdel Samad Najd, on Friday received in her office at the Ministry “Cedars Art Production Company” Owner, Producer Sadek Al-Sabah, who discussed with her the possibilities of strengthening cooperation with the Ministry and the situation of media production in Lebanon. He hailed the existing cooperation ...

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Abdel Samad Congratulates ‘Radio Lebanon’ On International Radio Day: To Focus On Moderation

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Caretaker Information Minister, Dr. Manal Abdel Samad Najd, marked via her Twitter account the “World Radio Day” by calling for radio broadcasts to concentrate on moderate speech that unites and does not separate. “Freedom of expression is a right and responsibility in any position we are, without extremes… We must ...

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