Detailed LCCC English News Bulletin For October 31/17


Detailed LCCC English News Bulletin For October 31/17

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Titles For Latest LCCC Bulletin analysis & editorials from miscellaneous sources published on October 30-31/17
Aoun’s Debate Pros & Cons/Elias Bejjani/October 30/17
One Year On Aoun’s Presidency/Elias Bejjani/October 30/17
Israel Suspects ISIS behind Failed Assassination of Gaza Security Forces Chief/Asharq Al Awsat/October, 30//17
Russia is Pushing to Control Cyberspace/David Ignatius/The Washington Post/October, 30/17
What Is a Nation in the 21st Century/Michael Goldfarb/Asharq Al Awsat/October, 30//17
The Decision to Belong to the Age/Ghassan Charbel/Asharq Al Awsat/October, 30//17
Turkey: Erdogan’s Stalinist Purge/Giulio Meotti/Gatestone Institute/October 30/17
Turkey and the U.S.: A Poisoned Alliance/Burak Bekdil/Gatestone Institute/October 30/17
Historic Boeing-IranAir deal at risk amid claims of IRGC use/Saeed Jalili /Al Monitor/October 30/17

Titles For Latest LCCC Lebanese Related News published on October 30-31/17
Aoun’s Debate Pros & Cons
One Year On Aoun’s Presidency
Aoun Says Bassil ‘Not Running Country’, Hizbullah Arms Need ‘Mideast Solution’
Report: Appointment of Lebanese Ambassador to Syria Raises Controversy
Hariri Says al-Hassan’s Killers ‘Will Pay the Price’, Travels to Saudi
Hariri vows to continue elHassan’s path and bring his killers to justice
Hariri Congratulates Lebanese Businessmen on Their Release, Hails Efforts Exerted
Rahi returns to Lebanon
Berri Signs State Budget Draft Law, Refers it to Government
Al-Sabhan Calls for ‘Toppling Hizbullah’, Promises ‘Astonishing’ Developments
Cypriot President Affirms Continued Support for Lebanese Army
Raad Warns Israel of ‘Existential Price’, Says Delaying Polls a ‘Dangerous Game’
UK Minister Reaffirms Support for Lebanon’s Security, Says UK Investing in Lebanon’s Future
Sarraf meets Cypriot Defense Minister, signs bilateral agreement on classified information protection
Beirutis speak their minds a year after Aoun’s election
Lebanon and Cyprus strengthen diplomatic ties
Aoun establishes solid record in first year
Arab Women Council names Sumaya Baalbaki as Social Responsibility Ambassador
Army Commander, Fokaides tackle military cooperation
Iraqi intelligence hails Mashnouq, Ibrahim’s role in freeing Lebanese hostages
Kataeb calls for swiftly addressing Syrian refugee dossier
Fenianos, Shorter follows up on application of international aviation regulations’ standards
Hasbani talks health cooperation prospects with his Saudi counterpart

Titles For Latest LCCC Bulletin For Miscellaneous Reports And News published on October 30-31/17
Six Militants Killed As IDF Blast Destroys Tunnel
Kushner Visited Saudi Arabia Unannounced To Discuss Mideast Peace
Iranian Diplomat Imam Call For Destruction Of Israel
Paul Manafort, Who Once Ran Trump Campaign, Surrenders to F.B.I.
Jamal Khashoggi says lack of political life forced him to leave Saudi Arabia
Canada repeals facilitation payments exception in Corruption of Foreign Public Officials Act
Saudi FM: Iran is Destroying all Political Solutions
Kuwait Emir Accepts PM’s Resignation
Bahrain FM: Suspension of Qatar’s Membership is Correct Step to Preserve GCC
Saudi Crown Prince, French President Discuss Counter-Terrorism Efforts
Rouhani Pledges to Keep Producing Missiles
NATO Calls North Korea ‘Global Threat’
UNRWA Criticizes Armed Groups for Digging Tunnels under its Schools
Spanish Prosecutors Go after Catalonia’s Axed Leaders

Aoun’s Debate Pros & Cons
Elias Bejjani/October 30/17
President Micheal Aoun’s debate today with the Lebanese televisions’ head editors showed clearly one prominent positive observation, and that is his excellent and deep knowledge in regards to all the governing issues (files) the journalists raised. On the negative side came his unlawful stance and the claim that the UN Resolution number 1701 legalizes Hezbollah’s weaponry, and at the same time tying the fate of this Iranian weaponry with the Middle East Conflict.

One Year On Aoun’s Presidency
Elias Bejjani/October 30/17
One year on Aoun’s Presidency: True the state some how is back, but back to Hezbollah’s hegemony and not to the Lebanese people. Meanwhile the state’s sovereignty, independence and the free decision process are still confiscated, The current Lebanon is not the one that was ..No, not the Lebanon that we long for or the one our ancestors handed over to us.

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