Google Added A Black Ribbon To Commemorate Victims of Beirut Attacks

Google has acknowledged the recent terrorist attacks in Beirut with a commemorative ribbon on their Lebanon homepage www.google.com.lb. The black ribbon is a sign of remembrance and mourning and was also added to Google's main page in response to the #Paris attacks. In addition to Google, several foreign papers today acknowledged the #Beirut attacks especially after Facebook’s Safety Check was activated for Paris attacks but not Beirut. To name few, Time and The New York…

Updates On Baby Ali And The Refugee Children Online Campaign

I've been following up on Baby Ali all day yesterday with Leb4refugees and I got a confirmation yesterday night that he finally moved to the new apartment with his family. The new apartment is decent but needs few things which will be shared tomorrow for all those who wish to help. As far as the online campaign is concerned, the amount collected until now is around $5000 which is awesome news! For those who are…
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Horsh Beirut Is Re-Opening To The Public On Saturdays Only

1 year ago
After being closed for almost 25 years, Horsh Beirut is finally re-opening to the public every Saturday from 7 am to 7 pm. The access to the 40,000-sq-metre pine forest was previously forbidden by the ...
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The Lebanese Social Pyramid

1 year ago
Done by Samer B. Saleh The religions are on top, followed by politicians, political security forces and political media, then there’s the wozz, the armed wozz, the businessman, the singer, the mafiozo and the Arab ...
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Follow All #YouStink News, Tweets, Posts & Videos On Youstink.news

1 year ago
Mustapha put together a website that gathers #YouStink news from Twitter, YouTube, Instagram & Lebaneseblogs. It’s an easy way to track all updates related to the #YouStink (#طلعت_ريحتكم) movement and an extra reason for everyone ...
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Four Things We Don’t Want To See In Today’s Protest

1 year ago
1- Police violence & Reckless arrests: Photo by Karim Mostafa #YouStink is a peaceful movement and should remain that way. Security forces are mainly to blame for the violence during the first protest while infiltrators ...
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The Ultimate Guide To Recycling In Lebanon

1 year ago
For those of you who didn’t start recycling yet because you don’t know who recycles what, Lebtivity came up with this awesome list of recycling centers in Lebanon. Check out the full list [here], start ...
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How To Handle Tear Gas During Protests

1 year ago
If you are planning on participating in the #YouReek protest or any kind of protest, it is important to know how to protect yourself from tear gas canisters. The effects of being tear-gassed usually last ...
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The Ugly Side Of Lebanon’s Garbage Crisis: Dumping And Burning Garbage In Nature

1 year ago
via Trella Illegal dumping is not new in Lebanon but it has increased drastically ever since the garbage crisis has begun. In fact, while few municipalities and towns chose to start recycling and reduce waste, ...
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Leaked Speed Radar Schedules In Lebanon

1 year ago
I’m not sure how accurate these schedules are but everyone’s been sharing them over the past few days. They indicate where the ISF will be setting radar speeds gun and at what time. As you ...
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