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Lebanese band Mashrou Leila releases its first English song
The band addresses military oppression and brutality in a heart-wrenching new music video. (Photo: Burak Cingi / Redferns / Getty Images)
Jennifer Lopez Loves Wearing Lebanese-Designed Outfits
Jennifer Lopez is currently embarking on her “It’s My Party” tour and she is blowing us away with her fabulous outfits.
Lebanon Plans to Digitalize Its Economy!
Government action is being implemented to take Lebanon into the modern digital world. (Photo: National News Agency)
The Countess of Wessex makes her first royal visit to Lebanon to meet refugees and women’s organisations
It is a cause close to her heart.
Lion queen Beyonce champions Lebanese designer
Beyonce wore a fierce lioness-themed costume to the Wearable Art Gala in Santa Monica on Saturday, which was created by Lebanese designer Georges Hobeika. (Photo: Instagram)
Lebanese actress Nadine Njeim shaves her head for cancer
Lebanese actress Nadine Njeim, a former Miss Lebanon, surprised followers of the show “Khamsa w Nos” (Five and a Half) by actually shaving her long hair for the last episode.
Inside Lebanon’s most dangerous camps: Palestinian refugees who are incarcerated and abandoned
Photojournalist Paddy Dowling travelled to Ain al-Hilweh and Bourj al-Barajneh camps in Lebanon to discover how the world has turned its back on the Palestinian refugees and left them without any hope. (Photo: Paddy Dowling)
Lebanese families make preparations for Eid
As the holiday marking the final day of Ramadan approached, Lebanese families in Sidon discussed plans for how to celebrate Eid with friends and family. (Photo: Mohammed Zaatari)
Lebanese Village Now Powered by Solar Energy
A more efficient Lebanon could be in store for the future. (Photo: Ajmal Balad)
Lebanese photographer who took iconic civil war image searches for the man who saved his life
Photographer Ramzi Haidar has been searching for the Piano Man for more than 30 years. (Photo: Ramzi Haidar)
Lebanon agrees on draft budget but challenges remain
The draft proposals touch on politically risky moves, including a 3-year state hiring freeze, capping public sector bonuses and a tax on state pensions. (Photo: Reuters)
Blankpage Architects designs concrete church in Lebanon to complement 18th-century chapel
Blankpage Architects has built a church with a rooftop amphitheatre in Lebanon, being careful not to overshadow the historic chapel next door.
Walking Through History: 7 museums you have to visit when in Lebanon
Lebanon’s streets are jam-packed with history. (Photo: The Silk Museum)
Proof’s in the pastry for Lebanon’s culinary scene
Flour milling has always been the Bakalian sisters’ family business. “We’re from the Armenian diaspora,” Patricia Bakalian, chief executive officer of Bakalian Flour Mills, told The Daily Star. “Our great-grandparents had a mill in Anatolia.” (Photo: Charbel Saadeh)
China Wants to Revive Lebanon’s Railway
The forgotten rails may make a comeback. (Photo: Your Middle East)
Joyce Azzam becomes first Lebanese woman to complete seven summits
A 34-year-old climber stood atop the roof of the world this morning becoming the first Lebanese woman to scale the highest mountains of each of the seven continents. (Photo: Joyce Azzam)
Lebanon gears up for Gulf tourist boom
Lebanon is gearing up for an influx of tourists from the Gulf, especially from Saudi Arabia, since it lifted a warning against its citizens traveling to the country. (Photo: Shutterstock)
Basketball Is ‘War, Minus the Shooting’ in Sectarian Lebanon
Sports have a particularly political cast in Lebanon, whose 18 officially recognized religious sects and affiliated political parties live, work and socialize with each other, but never stop angling for advantage. It’s a country where partisanship lurks behind, roughly speaking, everything. (Photo: Diego Ibarra Sanchez for The New York Times)
Lebanese LGBT salon brings out beauty in everyone
Even before entering the main room of Out, a flag stick with rainbow colors and a unicorn on the reception desk make it clear that this is no run-of the-mill beauty salon. Located on a quiet street near the Church of St. Maroun and the Blue Mosque in downtown Beirut, the Out Beauty Boutique is the first, and so far, only queer beauty salon in town.
Lebanese Series "Al-Kateb" Is Now Streaming on Netflix Worldwide
The thrilling series is now available to the audience of 190 countries under its English title "The Writer."
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