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عودة لبنان الى قائمة الفاتيكان للحج الديني

by AL-MOHAJER on

زار وفد من الوكالة الفاتيكانية للسياحة الدينية بيروت لدفع الترتيبات الخاصة بعودة الوكالة إلى لبنان وادراجه في لائحة دول السياحة الدينية بعد انقطاع امتد لسنوات... Read full article

THE 44 PLACES TO GO IN 2009 - Beirut Number #1

by The New York Times on

With a recent (though perhaps tenuous) detente keeping the violence in check, the capital of Lebanon is poised to reclaim its title as the Paris of the Middle East.... Read full article

Daniella Rahme

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Daniella Rahme is a beauty Pageant title holder. In May last year she was crowned Miss Lebanon Australia 2009. Part of her duties were to represent the lebanese Australian community in the Miss Lebanon Emigrant 2010 Beauty Pageant held in Beirut...... Read full article

Five Reasons to Visit Beirut

by Gail Simmons on

While the rest of the region has been caught up in the turmoil of the Arab Spring, democratic, cosmopolitan Lebanon has been a haven of calm. Local sectarian politics, so often at trigger's edge, seem to be in a quiescent phase, allowing visitors...... Read full article

Miss Lebanon Australia shows off new Arab woman

by Natalie O'Brien on

To some it might appear to be just a beauty contest, but for the Arabic community the Miss Lebanon Australia Beauty Pageant is also playing an important role in breaking down stereotypes about culture and religion.... Read full article

Twenty Most Expensive Cities For Expat Rents

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Dramatic rent declines in the UAE have made expat living much more affordable in the country. “On the other hand cities like Beirut, Sydney or Rio have risen up the ranking and are now among the 20 most expensive places in the world,”...... Read full article

EU hits Google with record €2.4bn euro antitrust fine

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The European Union’s competition watchdog has slapped a record 2.42 billion euro ($2.72 billion) fine on internet giant Google for breaching antitrust rules with its online shopping service.... Read full article

Facebook cited in 20% of U.S divorces‏

by Richard Adams (The Guardian) on

When Facebook gets involved, relationships can quickly fall apart – as Hosni Mubarak and Muammar Gaddafi have discovered. But dictatorships are not the only ties being dissolved by social networking sites: now Facebook is increasingly being blamed...... Read full article

Afraid of Visiting Lebanon? Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Be

by Bill Wiatrak on

THE U.S. IMMIGRATION OFFICER asked me where I had flown in from. “Lebanon,” I replied. “It’s pretty dangerous over there,” he remarked. “Actually, it’s not,” I countered. “They were some of the nicest people I’ve ever met.”... Read full article

The catharsis of authentic Arab filmmaking

by Amal Awad on

Showing films from around the world is important for the construction of more complex narratives around non-Anglo cultures, particularly those involving women.... Read full article

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