Lebanese Soldiers Fight off Terrorists & Suicide Bombers in Arsal

The Lebanese Army stormed two refugee camps in Arsal's outskirts and managed to arrest and kill several terrorists. The operation wasn't that easy as the first man they were looking for blew himself up, then four other militants blew themselves up but luckily no soldiers were killed in the process. Instead several soldiers were slightly injured. More than 30 terrorists and ISIS members were arrested so far in Arsal an another major terrorist and Ain…

Castania to Replace Al Rifai at Beirut Duty Free

I noticed Al Rifai's ads all over the billboards in the past few days and wasn't sure if they were celebrating a milestone or sending out a message. I checked their Facebook page and they had a small video explaining what this is all about. It appears that they will no longer operate at the Beirut Duty Free and they're not really happy about it. In fact, they're contesting the decision and wondering about the…
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85-year-old Man Killed over Brevet Celebrations

3 weeks ago
Every year, it’s the same story all over again. Idiots shooting guns in the air to celebrate their kids passing the Brevet exam and the outcome is also the same: More innocent people dying or ...
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Plans for A New Bus Line (LOL) From Beirut to Tabarja

4 weeks ago
I have no idea how LBCI’s anchors didn’t laugh their asses off while reporting this story, and I love how they’re claiming it’s good news for the Lebanese people driving from Jounieh to Beirut every ...
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Who’s Protecting Lebanese Cameramen and Reporters?

4 weeks ago
LBCI’s cameraman Samir Baytamouni was attacked and beaten yesterday when he was filming a report on Mansouri’s turtle sanctuary and the construction works around it. LBCI reporter Sobhiya Najjar luckily managed to get the whole ...
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Banning “Burkinis” From The Beach is Wrong

4 weeks ago
Yesterday, a woman called Noura posted on her Facebook that she headed with her family to a beach resort in the North called Miramar and kept being asked not to swim. She stated the the ...
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Horsh Beirut’s Pine Trees No Longer Under Threat?

1 month ago
Harsh Beirut has been closed for months now ever since its pine trees came under renewed threat from invasive sects. While pine trees in Lebanon’s mountainous regions were also affected, “the big losses were registered ...
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We’re Fighting over Fireworks now!

1 month ago
Every year, people look forward to Jounieh’s spectacular fireworks and this year was no different, except that they were organized by the Jounieh Summer Festival, not the Jounieh International Festival. I personally enjoyed the fireworks ...
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12 Gun-Related Crimes & 13 Victims in the Past Month in #Lebanon

1 month ago
There’s a list being shared online showing the names of 17 victims of violence in the past 21 days. That’s a shocking number to say the least but I did check every single one of ...
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Lebanese no longer need a Visa to Travel to Qatar

1 month ago
Qatar issued a memo yesterday adding Lebanon to its list of countries whose citizens are exempt from visa requirement. The memo issued by Qatar’s Airport Passports Departments stated that tourist visas will be granted instantly ...
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