Snow Storm Lashes Lebanon as Aoun Asks Relief Commission to Help

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A storm that has been hitting Lebanon since Sunday morning grew stronger on Monday, bringing snow to several towns and areas lying 700 meters or more above sea level.

Many citizens were stranded in their vehicles as coastal cities witnessed material damage from flash floods and powerful winds.

President Michel Aoun meanwhile instructed the High Relief Commission to address the situations of those affected by the storm and to begin repairing damages once it subsides.

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Thumb s.o.s 07 January 2019, 18:06

How much is the high relief commission costing us every year? These services are corrupt...

Thumb whyaskwhy 07 January 2019, 20:30

That's the Lebanese Leadership style for you lol... he instructed the High relief commission to get this monkey of his back! Its a trivial matter for an extremely busy person like the president who is on the brink of finding solutions to the economy, cost hikes and a solution to cancer too undoubtedly. He simply says go fix it to and its as good as new....