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Can ice cream be healthy? Lebanese shop thinks so with Zucchini-flavored scoops
Fadi Fruits in Jnah began selling a ‘healthy’-flavored ice cream zucchini. The shop offered free scoops to all who come in to try.
Lebanese rely on humour to get through crippling political paralysis
Frustrated citizens start hashtag “the last time we had elections” to make light of their misery. (Photo: AFP)
Why Lebanon parliamentary poll is unlikely to take place next month
ebanon is a country that likes to pride itself on being a democracy. But it is also a country that has not had parliamentary elections in nearly eight years, whose rulers many now consider to be illegitimate. (Photo: Dalati Nohra)
Lebanon just got a new nightclub ... but its only for teens
Party people, listen up. Theres a new hot-spot in Lebanons bustling nightlife. But, theres a catch: its exclusively for kids aged 12 to 18 years old. (Dont worry, theres no smoking or drinking involved.)
Christians celebrate Easter mass in Lebanon amid tightened security
Lebanon police Sunday implemented intensive security measures to ensure safety during Easter mass across the country. (Photo: Mohammad Zaatari)
5 Reasons Why You Should Go On A Staycation In Lebanon
Seriously, we’ve all thought of taking a vacation outside of the country. But when you look at how much you’ll end up spending, you start to consider the option of a staycation in Lebanon.
Easter celebrations in Sidon unite Lebanese and Palestinians
The National Evangelical Institute for Girls and Boys Friday brought together children from across the southern city of Sidon to hold activities for the Easter holidays. (Photo: Mohammad Zaatari)
Hariri on start of Civil War: The Lebanese deserve peace
Prime Minister Saad Hariri Thursday reaffirmed his commitment to preventing a resurgence of domestic conflict, on the 42nd anniversary of the start of the Lebanese Civil War. In comments made in a video posted to social media, Hariri acknowledged the importance of remembering the horrors of the war and urged the Lebanese public to work together to ensure peace. (Photo: Mohammad Azaki)
7 reasons why Lebanese love Easter
Food is a big one.
7 beautiful spots in Lebanon youve never heard of before
Here are seven beautiful “spots” you won’t find out about on any touristic website… Just take your dog, pick up a friend, and drive.
Israel and Lebanon clash over maritime border amid oil interest
Row over wedge of Mediterranean Sea casts shadow over oil and gas tenders. (Photo: Getty Images)
Lebanon near ‘breaking point’ over Syrian refugee crisis
The Syria war has weakened Lebanon’s economy and fuelled tension among Lebanese allied to the rival sides. (Photo: Reuters)
Why Lebanon has not passed a budget for 12 years
Blame political gridlock, vested interests and bureaucratic hurdles. (Photo: AP)
5 Up-and-Coming Lebanese Music Artists You Should Be Listening To Right Now
We all know Mashrou’ Leila, Mika, Massari, and of course Shakira, but as it turns out the Lebanese people’s musical gift to the world is a gift that just keeps on giving. (Photo: Yasmine Hamdans Facebook page)
10 questions you ask yourself after you move back to Lebanon
People will have a million questions to ask when you tell them youre moving back to Lebanon, and some will even be concerned for you. But once youve moved back, the tables will turn and its going to be you asking all the questions.
In Lebanon, Muslims and Christians share religious holiday
Annunciation of the Virgin Mary has long been commemorated by churches, but the Lebanese government declared it as a joint Muslim-Christian holiday in 2010.
“Submarine” by Mounia Akl censored in Lebanon
Submarine, a movie by Mounia Akl, that tells the story of a Beirut that is still dealing with a trash crisis is apparently being censored in Lebanon. The reason why the movie won’t be screening is not clear but Akl is saying it could be related to the garbage scenes and Beirut being portrayed negatively.
All eyes on Lebanon ahead of Arab Summit
Hariri to accompany president Aoun in an unprecedented move aimed at cushioning any potential fallout. (Photo: Wikimedia Commons/Mgchammas)
A film festival in Beirut is protesting censorship in Lebanon
Two films were blocked from screening.
A Beirut water taxi system may become a thing in Lebanon
Beirut’s traffic crisis has been getting worse for a while now, only becoming more unbearable and intolerable. But the real problem resides in the fact that heavy traffic is beginning to paralyze the country.
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