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From the world’s highest mountain to the high seas

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Maxime Chaya, the first Lebanese national to conquer Mount Everest, is gearing up for his next adventure, a 6,500 kilometer trip across the Indian Ocean that sounds like something from the story “Life of Pi.”... Read full article

Successive Suicide Bombings in al-Qaa Kill Nine and Wound 15

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At least nine people were killed, including four suicide bombers, and fifteen others were wounded in multiple suicide bombings in eastern Lebanon near the border with Syria, the National News Agency reported on Monday.... Read full article

Lebanon to Begin Offshore Oil Exploration

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Lebanon's outgoing energy minister said Tuesday that the first phase of oil and gas exploration off the country's coast has begun.... Read full article

Lebanon make winning leap

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Despite recent political volatility in Lebanon, which has seen the country's domestic league indefinitely postponed, local football fans still have something to cheer about in the form of their national team.... Read full article

Beiteddine

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Beiteddine, "House Of Faith", is Lebanon's greatest treasure. It is known for its palace which was built by Emir Bechir II Chehab. The palace reflects the typical oriental architecture of the 19th century. It took thirty years to be build.... Read full article

LRLF Interview with HE Mr. Glenn Miles the Australian Ambassador to Lebanon

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His Excellency Mr. Glenn Miles, Australian Ambassador to Lebanon has honored the Lebanese Rugby League Federation with both his support for our National Team and the time he has taken to support our local teams and program.... Read full article

A Lebanese Experience from a Foreigners Eyes!

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We always forget about the beauty that surrounds us, about the music that we no longer hear and the nights that we take for granted, maybe even call them routine-ish!... Read full article

Syrians Denied Entry at Philadelphia Airport, Sent Back to Lebanon

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Six Syrians including Christians were turned away from Philadelphia International Airport in the United States and sent back to Lebanon, an official at Beirut airport told AFP on Sunday.... Read full article

Taanayel Village ,Tana-ïl

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South-east of Shtoura, just a few kilometers from Zahleh and forty-eight from Beirut, at 900 meters altitude, one finds an attractive corner of the Beqaa, Tana-ïl (Tana. the dragon, chaos, disorder, the cauldron, the cauldron of the God El), fi... Read full article

Festivals in Lebanon 2018

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Going to Lebanon this summer? check out the largest festivals in Lebanon this summer! From North to South. The months of June, July, August & September 2018.... Read full article

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