Archive for October, 2009

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Three Lebanese students from the Iman High School in Sidon are to compete in the World Robot Olympics (WRO) in South Korea in the coming month of November. The Robot Programming club, which was  launched two years ago and is the first of its kind in Lebanon. The robot club includes students from the classe de […]

The Italian Cultural Institute in Lebanon is launching its 9th week of “Italian Language in the World”. An event series taking place at the Italian Embassy in Baabda next Monday, focusing on the Italian language in the fields of Art, Science and Technology. Activities will start at 6 p.m. on Monday October 19 with the inauguration of […]

Lebanese Expatriates voting from their residential country. – An issue this blog has been keen on seeing adopted in a full manner, as any and every self respecting democracy in the world currently enjoys. This may also prevent rumours that some political parties paid for travelling tickets to get extra votes in their favour in 2009. […]

It makes you wonder why U.S. President Barak Obama was granted the Nobel Peace prize nine months into his presidency. Today in news, Turkey and Armenia signed a historic agreement to establish normal diplomatic relations and reopen their borders on Saturday, after a last-minute dispute over wording sent Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and […]

FrenPresident Nicolas Sarkozy’s policy is focused on achieving an extraordinary Middle East summit to be held in Paris mid-next month or early December, with the participation of Russia, the United States and some Arab Gulf States.
Al-Mustaqbal newspaper correspondent Asaad Haidar said France believes Lebanon’s participation in such a summit is essential “since peace has to […]

This is a design expression which I’ve spotted that needs redistributing. As the title implies, this was designed by Patrick Semaan. It beats having a Kalashnikov on your flag. I feel the concept behind this design reminds me a lot of Saatchi & Saatchi’s campaign of “I ♥ Live”. The subheading in red says:”The Islamic […]