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Following unverified reports of toxic and radioactive material illicitly buried in the district of Kesrouan, the Environment Ministry took steps to allay concerns and ensure there was no risk to the environment or residents of the area. A statement released by the ministry announced a letter had been sent to the director of the Lebanese Atomic Energy Commission, Bilal Nsouli, and to Mount Lebanon's environmental public prosecutor to verify the claims and issue a report. The Environment Ministry stressed that the verification procedure was set in motion in order to quell the unsubstantiated claims.
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