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Lebanese newspaper to close, blames countrys political problems
Lebanese daily As-Safir is to cease its print and online operations after over 40 years, editor-in-chief and publisher Talal Salman said on Thursday, blaming falling revenues and Lebanons political and sectarian problems. (Photo: jk1991)
Fighting between militant groups in Syria border region spills into Lebanon
Fighting between Islamic State and the al Qaeda-linked Nusra Front spread from Syria into Lebanons northern Bekaa Valley region on Monday, a security source and the state news agency said. (Photo: Wikipedia)
Lebanon uncollected rubbish: Clean-up begins
Lebanon has begun implementing a plan to end a rubbish crisis that last year led to big anti-government protests. (Photo: Reuters)
Lebanon ministries join efforts to combat wheat contamination
The economy, health and agriculture ministers announced Monday they would work together to contain a possible wheat crisis after studies released last week showed high levels of carcinogenic contamination. (Photo: Mohammad Azakir)
Mogherini concludes her visit to Lebanon
EU Security, Political Foreign Affairs Higher Representative, Federica Mogherini, held a press conference on Monday at the headquarters of the European Union Mission in Saifi.
How a new website is helping Lebanese women avoid sexual harassment
Cat-calling, men masturbating in public, and being inappropriately touched and insulted are part of daily life for some women in Lebanon. Such is their experience based on testimonies published on HarasserTracker.org, a website launched at the end of February by three young Lebanese entrepreneurs. (Photo: Harass Tracker)
Lebanese government approves plan to solve trash crisis
The Lebanese government on Saturday approved a plan to solve a seven-month garbage crisis that has fueled protests against the dysfunctional state and raised concerns for public health. (Photo: Mahomed Azakir)
Bahrain expels Lebanese families over alleged Hezbollah ties
Bahrains interior minister announced Monday the deportation of a number of Lebanese it accused of belonging to, or supporting Hezbollah, the latest move in an escalating row between Lebanon and the Gulf. (Photo: Mohammad Azakir)
Lebanese Lynn Hayek wins first season of ‘The Voice Kids’
Lebanese contestant Lynn Hayek has become the first winner of MBC’s new hit reality singing competition “The Voice Kids,” beating out Syrian contestants Amir Ammouri and Zein Obeid. (Photo: StepFeed)
Immerse yourself in Lebanese culture
An event held by the Brazil-Lebanon Culture Institute will feature activities involving Lebanese art and cuisine from March 10th to 12th in Rio de Janeiro. (Photo: press release)
Oscars 2016: Priyanka Chopra stuns red carpet in an elegant gown by Lebanese designer
Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra, who is one of the presenters at 88th Academy Awards, stunned the red carpet in one of the elegant creations designed by Lebanese designer Zuhair Murad. (Photo: AP)
Lebanon, the next failed state?
Wracked by political paralysis and overwhelmed by refugees, can Beirut cope? This weeks guest on DWs Conflict Zone is the Lebanese Foreign Minister Gebran Bassil. (Photo: B. Barraclough)
Lebanon: River of trash chokes Beirut suburb as citys garbage crisis continues
A river of stinking garbage bags snakes its way through the suburbs of Beirut, a surreal and unhygienic blight on Lebanons cosmopolitan capital. (Photo: Hasan Shaaban)
Lebanons Hariri urges Saudi king not to abandon country
Lebanese Sunni politician Saad al-Hariri on Monday urged Saudi Arabia not to abandon Lebanon after it halted aid to the army, reflecting concerns that Riyadh is reducing support for a country that has been an arena for its struggle with Iran. (Photo: Dan Kitwood)
Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bahrain issue Lebanon travel alerts
Saudi Arabia and Bahrain Tuesday issued travel warnings against Lebanon, while the United Arab Emirates banned its citizens from entering the country altogether and drastically reduced its diplomatic presence in Beirut. (Photo: Mohammad Azakir)
Saudis Cut Off Funding for Military Aid to Lebanon
Saudi Arabia said Friday that it was stopping payment on $4 billion worth of military aid and other support for the army and security services of Lebanon because the country did not condemn attacks on Saudi diplomatic missions in Iran. (Photo: arabia-saudita.org)
Hariri says Lebanon will never be an "Iranian province"
Sunni politician Saad al-Hariri said on Sunday Lebanon would never be an "Iranian province" hostile to Saudi Arabia, and attacked Shiite Hezbollahs role in the Syrian war in a speech reflecting regional tensions. (Photo: Hasan Shaaban)
Testament of youth: the scars of war in Lebanon in pictures
In The War As I See It, young Lebanese photographers confront their country’s traumatised past and find fragile hope in the confused aftermath of war. (Photo: International Center for Transitional Justice)
World Bank funds renewable energy in Lebanon
Via the IFC, the institution is lending USD 7 million to the Lebanese Leasing Company for renewable and energy-efficient projects. The Arab country is dealing with power shortages. (Photo: World Bank)
Brazilian cuisine a hit in Lebanon
Lisiane Haddad cooks dishes for events such as dinners, engagement and cocktail parties. She also owns a restaurant, a snack bar and supplies food the Brazil’s navy in the Arab country.
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