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Lebanon just broke this Guinness World Record ... again
Will Lebanon break the world record for the most food related records?
Writing in English, Thinking in Arabic: Lebanese Poet Zeina Hashem Beck
Over at Qantara, there is an interview with Dubai-based Lebanese poet Zeina Hashem Beck. (Photo: zeinahashembeck.com)
Lebanese icon Fayrouz announces release of new single Lameen
The song is the first single to be released from the singers upcoming album Bebalee
Lebanese rally against rising crime rate
Dozens of Lebanese rallied in Beiruts Martyr’s square to condemn the rising crime rate across the country. (Photo: Mohammed Azakir)
The 7 Personalities You Find At Every Lebanese Family Gathering!
Lebanese gatherings are as crazy as you might think! When Lebanese relatives gather, you better be ready to witness an event that is heart-warming and chaotic at the same time!
Celine Dion Keeps Continuing Her Love Affair With Lebanese Labels
The Canadian superstar often turns to Middle Eastern designers when it comes to her stage wardrobe… (Photo: Ashi Studio)
Lebanese designers keep waste from going to waste
In a country plagued by a garbage crisis ongoing since summer 2015, several Lebanese designers have rolled up their sleeves to save glass, plastic and rubber from already full landfills. (Photo: Cedar Environmental Consultancy)
Brazilian and Lebanese universities strike partnership
Grupo Coimbra, with 77 institutions in Brazil, is signing cooperation agreements with five universities from the Arab country. The partnership includes research and innovation projects and academic exchange programs. (Photo: Pong/ Free Digital Photos)
These Are The 7 Common Misconceptions About Lebanon!
If you live abroad or have ever met a foreign person, you know that there are lots of misconceptions about Lebanon, almost as if no one knows anything about it! (Photo: Paul Saad)
Lebanon garbage crisis pollutes Mediterranean
Activists say untreated waste is being dumped freely into sea waters off the Lebanese coast, killing off ocean life. The pollution of the Mediterranean is sparking public outrage. (Photo: M. Zayat)
Lebanon cabinet approves electoral law, expects May election
Lebanon is likely to hold long-delayed elections in May 2018, ministers said on Wednesday, after the cabinet approved a new law for a legislative vote that has spared the country a major political crisis. (Photo: Dalati Nohra)
Discovering why Lebanon makes for a superb holiday
Its like drinking Champagne at the top of a volcano. (Photo: JPRichard/Shutterstock)
Online database gives uncensored look into Lebanons censorship
What is censored more often in Lebanon: sex or politics? It depends on the timing, according to the Virtual Museum of Censorship, an online database tracking banned and censored material since Lebanese independence in 1943. (Photo: Virtual Museum of Censorship logo)
Six of the best designers working in Lebanon today
Following Beirut Design Week, Dezeen deputy editor Rima Sabina Aouf has ed six stand-out contemporary designers from the country often thought of as the cultural heart of the Middle East. (Photo: Dezeen)
Lebanon’s rare cheese made in jars
Lebanon is home to one of the world’s rarest and oldest cheeses, called Ambarees, which is made in unique clay jars. However, the practice is rapidly disappearing. (Photo: BBC)
Lebanon: Fighters to Bikers
Four bikers who fought on different sides of the Lebanese civil war find friendship in the local Harley Davidson Club. (Photo: Al Jazeera)
What Silicon Valley can learn from Lebanon’s women in tech
At Beirut Digital District (BDD), a bustling tech hub in Lebanon’s capital that provides space and support services to 70 other companies (including SE Factory), the gender ratio is 55 percent women to 45 percent male. At the executive level, the ratio is 80 percent men to 20 percent women.
Lebanese students anticipate future human needs for Beirut Design Week exhibition
A receptacle for gifting your best DNA, a tech-disabling glove for punishing cybercriminals and a device that harvests edible fungus from your own body are among the concepts presented by students of five Lebanese universities for the Speculative Needs exhibition. (Photo: Dezeen)
Ceramic Heads of Possible Goddesses Discovered in Ancient Waste Dump
The remains of at least four female heads, made out of ceramic, have been discovered at the ancient town of Porphyreon, located in modern-day Jiyeh, Lebanon. (Photo: Adam Oleśiak)
Lebanon’s smoking regulations dead, doctor says
In Lebanon a country with one of the highest per capita cigarette consumption rates in the world anti-smoking legislation is effectively dead in the water, a medical expert said on World No Tobacco Day Wednesday. Lebanon ranks third globally in the number of cigarettes smoked annually per capita, according to the latest data collected by the World Health Organization, in 2015. (Photo: alex_ugale ...
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