Flags of countries taking part in the World Cup are sold everywhere across the country. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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Tele Liban's chairman of the board said Wednesday that the state-run television station is waiting on Doha about rights to broadcast the 2014 World Cup.Currently, cable television provider Sama is the only one with the rights to air the World Cup in Lebanon."Outside you can watch the games for free but here you can't," a representative for Sama, who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak to the press, said over the phone. He added that the $110 package is available to Lebanese all over the country and includes every match of the tournament, which starts on June 12 and concludes July 13 .Should Tele Liban gain the rights to broadcast the World Cup, they will air it free of charge.
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