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Politics
8/9/2019
Chehayeb to ensure education for "every child" in Lebanon
Education Minister Akram Chehayeb affirmed continued efforts to ensure education to “every child on Lebanese soil,” on the occasion of World Literacy Day Sunday. (Photo: The Daily Star/Mohamad Azakir)
Culture
8/9/2019
How to Spot a Lebanese Who Was Raised in Lebanon
Were everywhere across the world, but those raised in Lebanon have distinctive trademarks. (Photo: Meejana)
Culture
8/9/2019
Beirut´s stand-up comedy scene is becoming Lebanon´s freest space
The perpetual uncertainty of life in Lebanon has given birth to increasingly dark and taboo-busting stand-up comedy. (Photo: Awk.word)
Culture
1/9/2019
Parts of Beirut becoming unaffordable for locals
For foreigners only. These words, read on an apartment ad in Gemmayzeh, have sparked outrage among a number of young Lebanese looking for a place to rent. (Photo: Mohamad Azakir)
Culture
1/9/2019
Meet the Lebanese-Brazilian IMSA Sportscar Champion and F1 Driver
Luiz Felipe de Oliveira Nasr is one of the hottest rising starts of sports car racing. (Photo: F2 Fanatic)
Culture
1/9/2019
The Lebanese bus that fights gender-based violence
Jina al-Dar involves a bus touring underprivileged areas of towns and villages. (Photo: ABAAD)
Culture
1/9/2019
Meet the Japanese-Lebanese Filmmaker Whose Work is Being Acclaimed Worldwide
Born to a Lebanese mother in Tokyo, Soraya documented in Lebanon what would become a center of debates across university courses and panels around the world.
Culture
1/9/2019
Can tourists coexist with nature on Lebanon´s Rabbit Island?
Lebanons beaches have a serious pollution problem. But off Tripolis Mediterranean coast, a pristine haven attracts migrating wildlife and daytrippers alike. Can the tourists and turtles find a way to coexist? (Photo: Getty Images/AFP/I Chalhoub)
Politics
26/8/2019
Int’l cellist stands in solidarity with Mashrou’ Leila during final act
Yo-Yo Ma ended his concert at Byblos with the Lebanese bands song "Tayf". (Photo: EPA)
Politics
26/8/2019
Everything You Need to Know About the Lebanese Red Cross
They deserve a standing ovation. (Photo: H. Baydoun)
Culture
26/8/2019
Lebanese pop star Elissa wont be singing anymore after her final album
Celebrities and fans are urging her to reconsider her decision.
Culture
26/8/2019
Exploring Lebanon’s Green Side
Sustainable practices are gaining traction across this Middle Eastern country as international tourism is on the rise. (Photo: Dalia Khamissy for The New York Times)
Culture
18/8/2019
Kobayat Was Just Voted Lebanon’s Favorite Village
That beautiful lively yet generally forgotten village in the north topped 9 other competing villages by public votes. (Photo: Rodrigue Zahr)
Politics
18/8/2019
Lebanon is seen as the most liberal Arab state yet womens legal rights are still lacking
Women in Lebanon enjoy great social freedom in compared to the rest of the Arab world. (Photo: BBC)
Politics
18/8/2019
Hariri hosts Pompeo at Washington ranch
Prime Minister Saad Hariri hosted U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo for lunch at his ranch near Washington Saturday, meeting for the second time since the premier traveled to the capital last Monday. (Photo: Stringer/The Daily Star)
Culture
18/8/2019
In love with the Lebanese cuisine
A food critic feeds his love for Lebanese cuisine at the source. (Photo: Bill Addison / Los Angeles Times)
Culture
18/8/2019
Canadians help Lebanon chase Olympic hockey dream
More than 2 dozen women from Canada, U.S. and Mexico trying out for team. (Photo: CBC)
Politics
11/8/2019
Lebanon Will Build a Regional Trade Tunnel Between Beirut and Bekaa
The approval of this law by the joint House Committees will make Lebanon a hub for maritime trade in the Middle East. (Photo: Annahar)
Culture
11/8/2019
A Bawdy Novel Considers the Tragic Absurdities of Lebanon’s Civil War
tanding on his balcony, Pavlov, the 20-year-old man at the center of Rawi Hage’s fourth novel, “Beirut Hellfire Society,” hears from the street below “tales of combat deaths, sniper deaths, deaths by misadventure, old age, accidents, car crashes, massacres, drowning, collapsing houses, stillbirth, hunger and gluttony, execution, slaughter.” But “grim” is, somehow, the last word one might use to de ...
Politics
11/8/2019
Newspaper devotes entire issue to wake-up call for the country
Lebanons leading English language daily newspaper published a blank issue on Thursday with just a list of political and economic woes that have gripped the country in recent months. (Photo: Joseph Eid)
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