Caretaker Industry Minister Hussein Hajj Hasan delivers a news conference on the pollution of the Litani River on Nov. 8, 2018. (The Daily Star/Dalati & Nohra)
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Caretaker Industry Minister Hussein Hajj Hasan announced Wednesday that he has ordered the reopening of a factory in Zahle after it was closed for allegedly turning the Berdawni River black earlier this month.However, the Mimosa Sanitary Paper Company's factory will remain shut down due to a separate judicial order, Hajj Hasan said in a televised news conference.A judicial order mandating the factory's closure, issue by Financial Prosecutor Ali Ibrahim on Dec. 13, remains in force.
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