expressed support for the efforts of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), the UN, the WFP and other humanitarian and charity organizations aimed at helping the Somali people.
(46.) Articles of Agreement between HES and BAHSA
, February 1901, HES; Minutes of Board of Directors, January 9, February 6, April 2, November 6, 1901, HES; "Bronzvil" IG, November 30, 1900, 18; Annual Report (1903), 12; Landesman, Brownsville, 183.
NNA - Ali Mahmoud Bahsa
was fatally wounded Friday evening in a showdown with a unit from the Lebanese Armed Forces while attempting to reopen the blocked Minyeh-Akar international road, NNA correspondent reported.
The harsh weather and rainstorms also led to material damages as landslides caused the coastal road in Bahsa
in the northern coastal city of Jbeil to collapse.
Ali Mahmoud Bahsa
died of wounds he sustained in an exchange of fire with a unit from the Lebanese Armed Forces while attempting to reopen the blocked Minyeh-Akar international road, the Lebanese national news agency said.