Tripoli phone renovations to be finalized this week [Daily Star, The (Lebanon)]
(Daily Star, The (Lebanon) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) TRIPOLI, Lebanon: Lebanese officials over the weekend surveyed damage caused by the sporadic clashes in Tripoli. The head of state-owned telecom operator Ogero, Abdel-Menhem Youssef, toured several areas in the city and reassured citizens that repairs to the disrupted telephone networks, among other renovations, would be finalized this week. Citing preliminary survey reports, Youssef described the damage as "very extensive," including at least 600 phone lines and 12 phone booths, adding that repairs would be finalized by this coming Thursday. A survey team from Ogero arrived in Tripoli Friday and examined the damage in the warring neighborhoods of Jabal Mohsen and Bab al-Tabbaneh. Youssef, who held a meeting with Ogero officials and city leaders, also toured the two areas and said citizens should be able to apply for new phone lines and Internet services by the end of the week. The general-secretary of the Higher Defense Council, Mahmoud Kheir, also inspected the damage and urged Tripoli residents to file for compensation.
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