Zahle

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Zahle

 

a city in Lebanon, the administrative center of the Bekaa Muhafaza (governorate) . Population, 57,600 (1964). A railroad and highway link the city with Beirut. Zahle has summer resorts and vineyards.

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"We think it's ridiculous: It is like saying you are going to move the temple of Baalbeck to Zahleh," Nassour said.
The Gulf Hotel Bahrain Convention & Spa is offering an Eid Al Adha-themed lunch buffet for three days at the hotel's Zahleh Restaurant, with live Lebanese entertainment, 'one man show' Raed and female singer Ella, priced BD20++.
USAID's assistance has helped and continues to help BWE improve the water supply service for citizens throughout Zahleh and the Bekaa region." Lina Younis
Optimize the PSD (Private sector development) Programme delivery/activities implementation by providing technical feedback and pro-actively coordinate action with the Chamber of commerce industry and agriculture in Zahleh (CCIAZ) and the Technical assistance unit.
Bassil, Chairman of Byblos Bank Group, said, "Less than a month after the inauguration of the new premises of our Regional Management in the Bekaa and our second branch in Zahleh, we are here today to inaugurate the premises of our Batroun-Koura Regional Management and our new branch in Chekka.
She braved a torrential downpour to call for peace in Syria and more international support from refugees while in Zahleh, a city in the country's east.
While the Cooperative first started distributing grapes only to the wineries in their immediate vicinity, demand quickly grew and they began to provide grapes to wineries in Zahleh, Qanafar and Bhamdoun.
Christian leader and head of the Free Patriotic Movement (FPM) Michel Aoun defended on Tuesday Hizbullah's attempts to expand its private telecommunications network in the village of Tarshish located in Zahleh in the Bekaa Valley, the Beirut daily AN NAHAR reported Wednesday.
The Estonians were kidnapped at gunpoint in March near Zahleh in the Bekaa valley, as they re-entered Lebanon from Syria during a cycling trip.
The battle of Zahleh was expected to decide the next parliamentary majority.
A drug rehabilitation center in Zahleh is run by the Saint Charles Hospital and the Ministry of Health.
It was voters in the key Christian districts of Zahleh and Ashrafiyeh who won for Hariri although, on reflection, that should not have been so surprising.