A copy of Lebanese newspaper As-Safir is displayed in front of other newspapers at a shop in Sidon, southern Lebanon March 24, 2016. REUTERS/Ali Hashisho
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Information Minister Ramzi Joreige Tuesday said he was preparing to take measures to save Lebanon's only state-run television channel and private newspapers which have been at risk of shutting due to a recent financial crisis.Turning to the country's newspapers, most of which have been living a chronic financial crisis, Joreige and Fadlallah both spoke of a draft law the former official was preparing that would allow the state to financially support these companies.Separately, Joreige said Nilesat has voiced its readiness to start operating again in Lebanon, months after the Arab satellite provider stopped broadcasting from the country.
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