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Michigan author brings Lebanese cuisine to the table
Lebanese-American author and chef Maureen Abood can see why Middle Eastern food is considered one of the hottest food trends for 2015. "Its so delicious, healthy and approachable," Abood, 47, says. (Photo: Stephanie Baker)
Humans passed through Lebanon on their way from Africa to Europe
Human remains from a site in Lebanon called Ksâr ’Akil have led scientists to hypothesize that modern humans used the coast of the Mediterranean to spread from Africa into Europe. (Photo: late Stone Age artifacts from nearby in Cyprus - Jessica Lewis)
Vacuum undermines Lebanon’s ability to face challenges: U.N.
The vacuum in the presidency has undermined Lebanon’s ability to address the growing security, economic and social challenges facing the country, U.N. Special Coordinator for Lebanon Sigrid Kaag said Sunday.
Annual Fair of Old Books, Archives and Manuscripts
The Holy Spirit University of Kaslik (USEK) is organizing the Annual Fair of Old Books, Archives and Manuscripts: “Archives and Presidents: Camille Chamoun, Fouad Chehab, Elias Sarkis, Bachir Gemayel.”
Lebanon reliable trade partner, Salam tells Chinese businessmen
Lebanon is keen on enhancing trade relations with China, Prime Minister Tammam Salam told the Arab-Chinese Businessmen Conference Tuesday, vowing that Beirut would be a "reliable" partner. (Photo: Tammam Salam - The Daily Star/Stringer)
International workshop investigates Middle Easts emerging energy scenarios and challenges
Academics, energy experts and policy makers assess the different energy pathways proposed for the region, including nuclear, with the aim of establishing a Middle East energy network to promote research, outreach activities and connectivity among energy experts.
Lebanese innovation shines at Diaspora Energy Conference
Over 1,000 Lebanese expatriates returned to Beirut from May 21 to 23 to participate in the 2015 Lebanese Diaspora Energy Conference, hosted by the Lebanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs under the direction of Foreign Minister Gebran Bassil. (Photo: Gebran Bassil Media Office)
Lebanese short film wins prize at Cannes
A Lebanese production won the top award for short films at the 2015 festival in Cannes Sunday. Waves ‘98, written, produced and directed by Lebanons Ely Dagher, 30, was awarded Cannes Short Film Palme dOr, the highest prize in its category. (Photo: Ely Dagher - REUTERS/Benoit Tessier)
George Clooney: We’re going to go to Beirut
George Clooney announced that he and his wife Amal Alamuddin were planning to visit Beirut in the near future to meet his Lebanese in-laws. Clooney said his wife has been teaching him more about her Lebanese culture. (Photo: SHOTPRESS/WENN)
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