BEIRUT: Education Minister Elias Bou Saab followed up on the issue of drawing up a unified history book Tuesday, suggesting a number of amendments concerning events that have proved controversial.
In a meeting with the heads of the Educational Center for Research and Development, Layla Fayyad and Amal Wehbe, Bou Saab was briefed on the stages of the project and the recent formula devised by the authoring committee.
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