Posts Tagged ‘Lebanon’
Ten Lebanese athletes with march to represent Lebanon at the 2012 London Olympic Games: – Tvin Moumjoghlian (Ping Pong) – Andrea Paoli (Taekwondo) – Katya Bachrouche (Swimming) – Ray Bassil (Shooting) – Ahmad Hazer (Athletics) – Gretta Taslakian (Athletics) – Zain Shaito (Fencing) – Mona Shaito (Fencing) – Caren Chammas (Judo) – Wael Koubrosli (Swimming) To each, I’d like to Thank You for representing an alive and vibrant nation & wish you all the […]
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Tags: 2012, Lebanon, London Olympic Games
The glowing light was reported at around 8:45 pm. Some are going as far as referring to it as an UFO, others as meteorite showers. Charbel has suggested that it may have been the result of a long range missile which was test fired from Astrakhan region in central Russia at 21:39 Moscow time. Others say these lights were first […]
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Tags: 2012, Azerbaijan, ICBM, Iran, Israel, June 7, Lebanon, lights, meteor, meteorite, missile, sky, strange, Syria, Turkey, UFO, UFO lebanon
Having an established and long known vibrant night life (since the 50s). Beyrouth is quickly becoming a center stage of a unique nightlife today. Canadian-born Comedian Peter Russel headed to Lebanon’s clubs & shares his story. Funny or Not, the word got out!
Filed under: humour, Middle East, nightlife, Strictly Lebanese | 2 Comments
Tags: Dubai, Lebanon, Peter Russel
Patrick Semaan crafted this very interesting piece of Infographics describing why Voting may not be a fair competition in the MENA Region. Click the image to get a decent view.
Filed under: Arab world, Opinion | 1 Comment
Tags: Infographics, Lebanon, Middle East, North Africa
Like every summer, Beirut is claiming its legacy. CNN sent it’s reporter to ask the questions of what makes Beirut a vibrant city.
Filed under: Strictly Lebanese | 2 Comments
Tags: Beirut, Beyrouth, Lebanon, nightlife
Some wonder if the U.S. intervention in Iraq in 2003 made things better. With all the stand ups of nations, people throughout the Arab World stood up to their Governments, from Tunis to Bahrain, BBC Radio 4 just released an audio documentary about Lebanon during the current empasse faced in the Arab World. Tune in.
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Tags: 2003, 2011, Arab Spring, Lebanon
Palestinian organizations, parties and institutions are organizing for a rally to be held on May 15 under the slogan “The right to return to Jerusalem.” “Those to participate in the rally will march toward the Lebanese borders with occupied Palestine,” the correspondent said, adding that rallies for the same cause will be held in other […]
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Tags: Campa, Lebanon, Palestinian Refugees