BEIRUT: Clocks will be adjusted forward one hour midnight Saturday for daylight savings.
They will readjust back at the start of winter, on the last Sunday of October. Lebanon adopted daylight saving in 1988 under the then Prime Minister Salim Hoss, and it has been routine practice ever since.
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