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26/12/2016
Built by Associative Data Architects to Design Mixed-Use Project in Lebanon
Built by Associative Data, showcase their acclaimed data analysis with K1299, a new mixed-use project in Lebanon. The site was addressed through various different lenses: traffic noise, view perspectives, solar radiation, and market potential. (Photo: BAD Architects)
Politics
26/12/2016
Lebanon protests urged after man picked as first womens affairs minister
Choice of Jean Ogasapian in Saad Hariri’s new government described by one critic as ‘the ultimate act of mansplaining’. (Photo: Reuters)
Culture
23/12/2016
‘Let’s meet’, say Lebanese mothers
Marie Chaftari and Lina Hamade see difference as a spur to reach out across their country’s deep divides. Mary Lean went to meet them. (Photo: Change Makers Magazine)
Politics
19/12/2016
Lebanon unveils 30-member unity government
Lebanon has named a new 30-member government of national unity to be led by Prime Minister Saad Hariri. (Photo: AFP)
Politics
19/12/2016
Lebanon’s first minister for women is a man
The new government will feature Lebanons first "minister of state for womens affairs," a welcome development in a country where women have little representation in politics. But theres a catch: Lebanons first minister for women is a man. (Photo: Joseph Barrak)
Culture
14/12/2016
Lebanese people read more books than any other Arab national
The average Lebanese reads for 59 hours a year. The average Arab for 35. (Photo: Dar Bistro & Books/Instagram)
Culture
14/12/2016
Lebanese Director Eliane Raheb on Topical Documentary ‘Those Who Remain’
Lebanese documentary director Eliane Raheb, whose well-regarded “Sleepless Nights” screened in Dubai’s Muhr competition in 2012, returns to the fest this year with the world premiere of the poignant “Those Who Remain.” It focuses on handsome, aging Haykal Mikhael, a true salt of the earth type, who stubbornly maintains a farm and restaurant on the slope of the Al Shambouk mountain in the Akkar reg ...
Culture
14/12/2016
Lebanese wins first Project Runway ME
The 32-year-old Alaa Najd didn’t start his career in fashion until he was 27, but last week the Lebanon native became the first winner of Project Runway Middle East. (Photo: MBC Press Office)
Culture
14/12/2016
‘Solitaire’ brings Lebanon-Syria tensions to big screen
Therese is a Lebanese mother keen to meet her daughter’s groom-to-be but she gets the shock of her life when she hears his Syrian accent. “Solitaire”, which premiered at the Dubai International Film Festival, reflects a history of animosity accumulated over years of Syrian military intervention in neighbouring Lebanon. (Photo: Karim Sahib)
Politics
8/12/2016
Lebanon takes first step to abolish marriage rape law
Lebanese lawmakers on Wednesday took the first step to overturn a law that allows rapists to avoid punishment if they marry their victims. The move came a day after protesters wearing fake-blood-stained wedding gowns confronted lawmakers just steps away from Parliament in the capital Beirut. (Photo: CNN)
Politics
5/12/2016
German FM pledges $10.65M for Lebanon refugee crisis
German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier Friday pledged $10.65 (10 million euros) in aid to Lebanon to help it cope with the Syrian refugee crisis. (Photo: Mohammad Azakir)
Culture
5/12/2016
Volunteers collect food and clothing for Lebanons poor
A campaign to collect food and clothing to help Lebanon’s neediest get through winter kicked off in Martyrs Square on Sunday. (Photo: Hasan Shaaban)
Politics
30/11/2016
Lebanon: capitals last public sand beach under threat?
Lebanese activists and residents of Beirut are concerned that a multi-million dollar resort near the coast is in breach of their rights to a free sand beach - which is the coastal capitals last. (Photo: pazham - Free Digital Photos.net)
Culture
20/11/2016
Food blogger offers cure for Lebanons apple crisis
Lebanese apple farmers have been in crisis. Before the war in Syria, the country was a major export market for Lebanese fruit, as well as serving as a transport route to other markets in the region. (Photo: punsayaporn)
Culture
20/11/2016
New faces grace Lebanon’s postal stamps
LibanPost, the private entity associated with the Ministry of Telecommunications, issued 15 stamps to honor individuals who contributed to the country’s independence. (Photo: press release)
Events
20/11/2016
Small earthquake hits south Lebanon
A minor earthquake struck south Lebanon overnight Sunday, local media reported. (Photo: Mohammed Zaatari)
Politics
20/11/2016
Lebanon’s President celebrates Flag Day
Lebanese President Michel Aoun held a ceremony at the Presidential Palace in Baabda Sunday celebrating the country’s Flag Day. (Photo: Dalati Nohra)
Culture
20/11/2016
The immigrants are cooking
Arab refugees in São Paulo earn a living with their native cuisine and increase the variety of typical restaurants in the city. (Photo: Isaura Daniel)
Politics
14/11/2016
Hariri races to form Cabinet before Independence Day
Less than two weeks after he was appointed by President Michel Aoun to form a new Cabinet, Prime Minister-designate Saad Hariri appears to be in race against time to set up a national accord government before Independence Day as he strives to satisfy conflicting demands by various blocs for key ministries. (Photo: Mohamed Azakir)
Politics
14/11/2016
Lebanon boosts schooling to reach poorest and refugee children
Lebanon is working on new ways to boost education programs, as it struggles cope with an influx of refugees. (Photo: SBS)
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