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Beirut: An Initiative By UNESCO

Audrey Azoulay, director-general of UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), announced that the UNESCO has launched the initiative "Beirut" to attract funds to...

Children Over 12 Years of Age Should Wear Masks: WHO

The World Health Organization (WHO) has issued guidance saying children over the age of 12 should wear masks, in line with recommended practice for...

Consequences of the Oil War

By Amin Bagheri The rise in oil prices and the government's emergency plans to fight the coronavirus have harmed the overall budgets of the Gulf...

Economists Aim to Resolve the Financial Crisis in Lebanon

By Dale Gavlak Lebanon is engulfed in a crippling financial crisis as the government seeks support from an International Monetary Fund technical delegation visiting the country....

Protests Erupt in Lebanon Over Tax Proposal on Free WhatsApp Calls: Report

Protests erupted in Lebanon over plans for the introduction of a tax on calls made over the Internet using the WhatsApp messenger and similar apps. Lebanon's...

New Guinness World Record: Lebanon Now With Highest National Flags Raised in A City

Lebanon's capital Beirut has set a new Guinness World Record for the number of national flags raised in a city for 24 hours. The Beirut...

Lebanon Considering Legalization of Cannabis

A Lebanese lawmaker has introduced a draft bill in parliament that would legalize the use of cannabis for medical purposes. Speaking to the Associated Press,...

Unusual Iranian Military Activity Detected in Lebanon: Israeli Intelligence

A prominent Iranian-Israeli journalist says Israeli intelligence sources have reported unusual activities by Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Corps forces in Lebanon. Speaking to VOA Persian’s special program about...

Khalsa Aid: This Sikh Relief Organisation is Restoring Faith in Humanity Since 1999

New Delhi, August 10, 2017: Prevailing scenario across the globe suggests that the cruelty has almost wiped out the humanity and the disheartening greed of...

Old Cinemas: Abandoned Picture Houses Become Cultural Centers in Lebanon

An abandoned picture house and its renovation in the northern Lebanese town of Tripoli is more than a dream for Qassem Istanbouli The...

Lebanon Citizen Law: Marrying a foreigner strips the Woman of her Identity and property

BEIRUT- Nadise Moussa could have been more proud as a mother when her teenage daughter was selected for a national Lebanese team for football. But,...

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