Lebanon/Patrimony: the Taboulé, a typical Lebanese dish

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The taboo could be in first place in the series of best-of Lebanese tables. It is indeed a dish that does...

Lebanon/Patrimony: The Church of St. Charbel de Maad and its medieval frescoes

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The church is dedicated to Mar Charbel the Elder who is said to have lived in Edessa in the 2nd century...

Lebanon: EU delivers additional emergency assistance following the explosion in Beirut

Today a second European Union (EU) Humanitarian Air bridge flight lands in Beirut, Lebanon, delivering 12 tonnes of essential humanitarian supplies and...

Decisive Action and Change Needed to Reform and Rebuild a Better Lebanon

Beirut Explosion Caused Up to US$4.6 Billion in Damages to Infrastructure and Physical Assets According to A New Assessment

Lebanon/Patrimony: the creation of Greater Lebanon

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The State of Greater Lebanon was proclaimed on 1 September 1920 by General Henri Joseph Eugène Gouraud, representing the French authority...

Lebanon celebrates its centenary

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Lebanon celebrates this September 1st, the date of the Proclamation by the mandate authorities, in the presence of the main political...
Le bienheureux Estephan Nehmé. Source Photo: Wikipedia.org.

The Saints of Lebanon: Blessed Estephan Nehmé

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On June 27, 2010, under the presidency of Cardinal Nasrallah Sfeir, the monastery of Saint Cyprien and St. Justine, in the...

Lebanon, unable to cope with a massive epidemic except by imposing a new containment

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Speaking on Twitter, the director of the University Hospital Rafik Hariri, Firas Abiad, said that Lebanon does not have the medical...
Le sanctuaire de Maghdouché au Sud Liban. Crédit Photo: François el Bacha pour Libnanews.com

Lebanon/Patrimony: The Virgin of Maghdouché or “Our Lady of Waiting”

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A city in southern Lebanon in the district of Saida, 50 km from Beirut, it is known to host the famous...
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