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Harissa, Fouad Chehab Stadium, Jounieh's International highway, the seaside road from Dbayyeh bridge until Karantina Bridge, Beirut port, the naval base, Wafiq Sinno Avenue, Phoenicia Tunnel, Salim Sleim Avenue, Camille Shamoun Avenue, Hafez Assad Avenue until the airport.
In the mid-1950s, the Lebanese regime of President Camille Shamoun and Foreign Minister Charles Malik manoeuvred to align Lebanon overtly with Western security projects at a time when Arab nationalist currents were running strong.
Answering another question as to whether the messages exchanged between Prime Minister Gamal Abdul Nasser and the Lebanese president were for the welfare of the Arabs, Prince Feisal said that he believed President Camille Shamoun was anxious to safeguard the interests of the Arabs.