Doctors protest against the detention of a colleague over patient at Al-Hayat Hospital. (The Daily Star)
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The Health Ministry Thursday demanded the public prosecutor hand over the results of an 8-year-old corruption probe of a hospital in Beirut's southern suburb, one week after the ministry ended a contract with said hospital over its treatment of patients, a ministry statement said.In the same statement, the ministry also asked the Industry Ministry to shut an east Lebanon dairy factory over poor health standards, and called for the prosecution of those behind the dumping of rotten food in a southern town two days ago. Thursday, Abu Faour sent a letter to Industry Minister Hussein Hajj Hassan demanding the closure of Al-Assi Dairy Products factory in the Bekaa town of Hermel after a Jan. 21 inspection revealed that it did not meet health and hygiene standards.
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