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Culture
1/6/2018
Man runs across Lebanon and sets Guinness World Record
The extreme runner and adventurer Ali Wehbi ran across Lebanon in 1 day 15 hours 49 minutes and set the Guinness World Record for the fastest crossing of Lebanon on foot. (Photo: Instagram)
Culture
1/6/2018
Télé Liban to broadcast World Cup for free in Lebanon
The Lebanese government has been locked in negotiations with the global sports network to provide the games free of charge to football fans across Lebanon, Information Minister Melhem Riachy announced last month. (Photo: AFP)
Politics
1/6/2018
UN Lebanon Mission honors UNIFIL in New York
The U.N. Lebanon Mission Thursday night held a reception in New York to honor the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon on the occasion of its 40th anniversary. (Photo: The Daily Star)
Politics
25/5/2018
Lebanons Hariri wins third term as Prime Minister
Lebanons Saad Hariri has won a new term as Prime Minister after securing support from the vast majority of lawmakers in the countrys new Parliament, Lebanese President Michel Aoun announced Thursday. (Photo: Joseph Eid/AFP)
Politics
16/5/2018
Lebanon’s GDP growth should hit 8 pct: study
Lebanon’s GDP growth should climb to 7 or 8 percent a year by activating tourism, real estate, construction and the banking sector, a study conducted by Fransabank said Monday. (Photo: The Daily Star/Mahmoud Kheir)
Culture
16/5/2018
Lebanons gay pride week brought to halt after crackdown
Lebanons beleaguered gay pride week was cancelled a couple of days into the celebrations after its organizer was briefly detained, he and his lawyer said Tuesday. (Photo: The Associated Press)
Politics
16/5/2018
What can we learn from Lebanon’s elections?
On May 6, Lebanon held its first parliamentary elections in nearly a decade. Since 2009, Lebanon faces several new challenges — the influx of Syrian refugees, the breakdown of waste management, economic crisis. Sunday’s election was Lebanese voters’ first opportunity to hold parliament accountable for its responses to these challenges. (Photo: Anwar Amro/AFP/Getty Images)
Politics
16/5/2018
Palestinians in Lebanon attempt to reach border
Scores of Palestinians commemorating the Nakba in the southern Nabatieh district Tuesday attempted to reach the U.N. Blue Line separating Israel and Lebanon, in defiance of security forces demands. (Photo: Mohammed Zaatari)
Politics
8/5/2018
A slain heavyweight, fraud claims: The election in surprises
After nine years of waiting, Lebanon got a few surprises in its national elections Sunday.
Culture
8/5/2018
What’s left of Lebanon’s railway in 10+ amazing photos
Lebanon’s railway was 400 km long. It connected Beirut to Damascus and Haifa. Unfortunately, the train stations have been abandoned because of the Lebanese Civil War. (Photo: Nissrine Tawil/Instagram)
Politics
8/5/2018
Lebanon elections 2018 - in pictures
Lebanons citizens made their way to the polls on Sunday, May 6 to vote in the countrys first election in almost a decade. (Photo: Hassan Ammar/AP Photo)
Politics
4/5/2018
Gay and women’s rights are remarkably a part of Lebanon’s elections
A new generation of Lebanese votes for the first time on May 6th. (Photo: Antonella Badawi)
Culture
1/5/2018
10+ games only ’90s Lebanese kids will remember
90s kids are lucky! We spent a lot of time outdoors playing and socializing with our friends. A lot of the games we played stimulated our brains and allowed us to exercise while having fun. (Photo: Pinterest)
Politics
1/5/2018
Labor Day protesters demand accountability
As some workers in Lebanon took Tuesday off to celebrate Labor Day, others took to the streets, demanding accountability and change and denouncing the countrys politicians. (Photo: Hasan Shaaban)
Politics
1/5/2018
Lebanese expats cast votes in historic elections outside Lebanon
First overseas voting for Lebanese expats held in UAE on Friday. (Photo: Abdul Rahman/Gulf News)
Culture
1/5/2018
From Georgia to Lebanon: exploring the best wines of the ancient world
A primer to the best s to be found outside traditional ‘old’ and ‘new’ winemaking regions. (Photo: David Levene for the Guardian)
Culture
1/5/2018
Project on immigration set for launch at Arab Chamber
The dean of Lebanon’s Holy Spirit University of Kaslik will deliver a lecture on May 3 to mark the start of an initiative to digitize the memory of Syrian-Lebanese migration to Brazil. (Photo: USEK)
Politics
19/4/2018
Lebanese in Brazil will not vote come May
Lebanese-Brazilians remain culturally and economically linked to the motherland, but politically are far removed. (Photo: Peter Speetjens)
Culture
19/4/2018
30+ historic sites you must visit in Lebanon!
Every year on April 18, the world observes the International Day for Monuments and Sites which was approved by the General Assembly of UNESCO in 1983. This day aims to celebrate cultural heritage and to raise awareness about the vulnerability of historic sites that need to be conserved. Lebanon is one of the oldest countries in the world and has 5,000 years of history. (Photo: Wikimedia Commons)
Politics
19/4/2018
Record women candidates in Lebanon vote, but you can´t tell from TV
A record number of women are running in Lebanons upcoming parliamentary elections, but they are getting much less television air time than their male counterparts, a media monitor has said. (Photo: AFP)
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