Despite protests, Mansourieh power lines go live
"...One 2005 study conducted by Oxford University, often cited by these protestors ... 'The line is obviously very important for all of Lebanon, and nobody contests this,' he says. 'Of course these lines must exist, but not around our homes, and it ..."
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