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Lebanon switches to daylight saving time

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Lebanon will switch to daylight saving time (GMT+3) on Saturday night.

A measure contested for its effectiveness © Mena Today 

Lebanon will switch to daylight saving time (GMT+3) on Saturday night.

Tonight, at midnight, you'll have to set your clocks and watches ahead by one hour: At midnight (winter time) on Sunday, it will be 1 a.m., according to the new time.

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