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Where to Go in Beirut

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Bistros, bars and cafes in the Badaro section beckon residents to forget their daily troubles.... Read full article

Condoms still banned for birth control: Vatican

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VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - Pope Benedict's acknowledgement that using condoms may be justified to stop the spread of AIDS did not signify a change in the Catholic Church's ban on their use as contraception, the Vatican said Tuesday.... Read full article

The Mseilha Fort, قلعة المسيلحة‎

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The Mseilha Fort قلعة المسيلحة‎, Qal‘at al-Msaylḥa is a fortification situated north of the city of Batroun in Lebanon. The current fort was built by Emir Fakhreddine II in the 17th century to guard the route from Tripoli to Beirut.... Read full article

Anonymous Unveils Lebanon's Net Proceeds from Oil Extraction

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The Anonymous group released a new video addressing the Lebanese people, revealing the untold details pertaining to the much-anticipated oil and gas exploration in the country.... Read full article

Beirut, Number One Tourist Destination In the World?

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Yet another article about Beirut, described as the no.1 tourist distination in the world. This time, the article comes from a french website: Senioractu.... Read full article

Peter Greste: Australian journalist on his way home after being released and deported from Egypt

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Australian journalist Peter Greste has been deported from Egypt after 400 days behind bars, and has flown to Cyprus on his way home to Australia.... Read full article

Blind woman regains her sight in miraculous recovery after praying to the relics of a Lebanese saint

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Dafne Gutierrez said she could see shadows a day after praying to St Charbel. She was suffering from benign intracranial hypertension which blinded her. Her doctors say there is no 'medical explanation' for her complete recovery.... Read full article

The 10 Oldest Cities In The World (3 in Lebanon)

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THERE’S A CERTAIN AESTHETIC ATTACHED to the oldest cities in the world: bustling souks beneath a bright blue sky, flowing garments made of whispery white cotton, stone masonry painted yellow by the sun.... Read full article

Nun Dies with Beautiful Smile and Leaves a Message - RIP Sister Cecilia (Share)

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Sister Cecilia Maria lived in the Monastery of Santa Teresa and San Jose, Santa Fe, Argentina. At 26 she made her first vows as a Discalced Carmelite and reaffirmed her vows in 2003.... Read full article

Abraham River - نهر ابراهيم‎

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The Abraham River (Arabic: نهر ابراهيم‎, Nahr Ibrahim) also known as Adonis River, is a small river in the Mount Lebanon Governorate in Lebanon, with a length of about 14 mi (23 km). ... Read full article

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