(From left to right) MP Ghazi Aridi, Telecoms Minister Boutros Harb, MP Sleiman Frangieh and MP Fouad Siniora attend the national dialogue session in Ain al-Tineh, Beirut, Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2016. (The Daily Star/Hasan Shaaban)
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Lebanon's trash crisis dominated a national dialogue session Wednesday, one day after fresh allegations of corruption and fraud surfaced.Tourism Minister Michel Pharaon told reporters that an emergency Cabinet session will be held to solve the trash crisis.Prime Minister Tammam Salam later in the day said that there was no dispute over any subject, adding that the Cabinet session set for Thursday will continue the talks concerning the trash crisis.The founder of the Free Patriotic Movement Michel Aoun, who is also a presidential candidate and Frangieh's March 8 ally, was also absent from Wednesday's dialogue session, along with Progressive Socialist Party leader Walid Jumblatt.
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