Lebanon's cedar tree bent over and wept in front of a copy of the daily Annahar with a cover of Ghassan Tueni's profile and a pen resting across the page to mark the departure of the country's last journalistic giant.
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What does Nayla Tueni want to prove as a politician and how can she reconcile that with her job on the paper founded by her great grandfather? Is there a conflict of interest?
Press freedom is suffering in Lebanon, despite a modicum of maneuverability allowed by the law and the government's non-interference with journalists,...
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