Greek carrier Aegean Airlines has suspended flights to Lebanon’s capital after damage was found on the fuselage on one of its planes, when it landed in Beirut. The damage was identified by ground staff at Beirut's international airport on Monday, AP reported.
Lebanese customs officers found millions of Captagon pills hidden in fake oranges, the latest haul of the drug. Interior Minister Bassam Mawlawi said the officers found nearly nine million Captagon tablets at Beirut port in a shipment scheduled for a Gulf state. The Customs Directorate said several people were arrested in connection with the smuggling attempt, Lebanon's National News Agency reported.