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The Sensational Architecture of the Strangest Village in Lebanon

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Follow the road meandering through endless olive tree fields. Ask for directions again and again from old men chatting on the side of the road at an Abi Nasr cafe. Make a detour through Ehden, and you'll reach what looks on first sight like a typical... Read full article

Oscars: Lebanon Selects 'Void' for Foreign-Language Category

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The film is the second submission from screenwriter Georges Khabbaz and has taken a slew of awards in the country.... Read full article

Schoolkids Bonus second instalment

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The Schoolkids Bonus second installment is being paid into parents accounts in July and we look forward to sharing this important information with your community.... Read full article

Memorandum of Understanding between the AABC and Bankstown City Council

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A Memorandum of Understanding “MOU” between the AABC and Bankstown City Council was signed at the AABC dinner in the presence of Clr Linda Downey, Mayor of Bankstown City Council, AABC members and guests. ... Read full article

New Iraqi ambassador in Canberra

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ELEANOR HALL: The Iraqi embassy is due to be reopened in Canberra today. It closed in March last year at the start of the war with the United States. But now Iraqi representation is back in Canberra with the new ambassador, Ghanim Al Shibli.... Read full article

Lebanese Diaspora Energy - Oceania 2018

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The much awaited LDE-Oceania is finally here! On the 9th and 10th of March 2018 at Doltone House – Australian Technology Park, LDE Sydney will be held under the patronage of the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Emigrants, H.E. Mr. Gebran Bassil.... Read full article

Media Release: Schoolkids Bonus in Casula, Sydney

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Casula دعم العائلات في منطقة... Read full article

The Hon Scott Morrison MP launched The Salvation Army Red Shield Appeal to Multicultural Communities

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The Salvation Army launched its annual Red Shield Appeal to multicultural communities on 6th May 2015, with a national fundraising target of $74 million, which includes a $9.5 million target for the doorknock weekend.... Read full article

Beirut rebuilt its downtown after the civil war. Now it’s got everything except people.

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BEIRUT — Not so long ago, the historic downtown of Beirut was a wasteland of scorched buildings and rubble. Lebanon’s civil war, which ended in 1990, destroyed an area known for its picturesque Mediterranean vistas and Roman and Mamluk ruins... Read full article

Meet The Iraqi Refugee Who Tried To Repay Over $18,000 In Welfare Money After He Became A Success

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In 2009, Sam Eisho walked into the Centrelink office at Maroubra and tried to give the staff a cheque for more than $18,000. Told to line up at the end of the claims queue, he attempted to explain that he was there to pay back what he felt he owed.. ... Read full article

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