A sign with the logo of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia is on display near the Kremlin before the events, dedicated to the upcoming World Cup Final Draw, in central Moscow, Russia November 29, 2017. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin/File Photo
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Football fans in Lebanon received some good news Wednesday after Cabinet discussed the possibility of watching this summer's World Cup on TV for free.Tele Liban is state-owned and Qatar's state-owned beIN has distribution rights to the 2018 World Cup. Since the 2014 World Cup, the cable television provider Sama has been the only channel with the rights to air the World Cup in Lebanon. Separately, Environment Minister Tarek Khatib sent a letter to Cabinet's Secretariat General asking for an item to put be on the next Cabinet agenda to give municipalities a financial incentive to treat and manage solid waste, a statement from the minister's office said.Khatib in January presented a Cabinet-endorsed waste plan for Lebanon that called for the decentralization of waste treatment, giving municipalities freedom to decide their own methods.
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