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1. Improve & Grow Announces New Digital Outreach Specialist
January 25, 2018

Online marketing agency Improve & Grow, LLC is pleased to announce the hiring of digital marketing specialist Annie Shoemaker. Shoemaker will serve as the company’s digital outreach specialist. Her role includes providing clients with digital outreach as well as content creation to help increase traffic, leads and conversions to clients’ web sites. Shoemaker is certified in inbound marketing and growth driven design. She attended Lebanon Valley College and Millersville University and has a degree in marketing. Her diverse creative and marketing background includes user experience de... (read more)

Author: John Doe

2. Beirut Waterfront - go-to for nightlife!
October 09, 2017

Rabih Geha Architects transform nightlife with the launch of a new nightclub, AHM, on the up-and-coming Beirut Waterfront… Copy: Architecture firm Rabih Geha (RG/A) is continuing with its transformation of Beirut's nightlife with the launch of AHM – a ground-breaking dance pantheon located in Beirut, Lebanon. Anchored on the upcoming Waterfront District, the new nightclub is situated on 1200-square-metres of reclaimed land and features a temple-like open top design that aims to reignite the imagination of the city’s club-goers. Drawing inspiration from the surrounding Mediterranean ... (read more)

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3. Good News for Business Travellers Worried About the Laptop Ban
May 31, 2017

We don’t know exactly when the laptop ban is going to come into effect, but it’s expected to be very soon. Here’s the low-down on everything we do know so you can be prepared when it is implemented. Routes Affected Only direct, inbound flights into the UK from Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Turkey, Tunisia, Jordan and Lebanon are affected. The US situation is a little more complicated, with flights from ten airports in the Middle East and North Africa to Europe affected and possible extensions on the ban imminent. Airlines affected All passengers of any nationality flying with ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

4. Large Syrian Refugee Population in Lebanon Sparks Social Tensions
December 06, 2016

The United Nations has launched a four-year crisis response plan for Lebanon it hopes will maintain stability and prevent an internal conflict from breaking out. It is appealing for $2.8 billion to get humanitarian and stabilization support programs underway in 2017. The United Nations does not believe Lebanon is on the brink of collapse but it warns there is a danger the country could implode if the Syrian refugee crisis is not well managed.   Syrian refugees account for 30...... (read more)

5. Lebanon's New President Attends Parade for Independence Day
November 22, 2016

Lebanese soldiers marched in formation and helicopters flew overheard in a military parade in central Beirut Tuesday headed by the newly elected president, the first such celebration in two years, to mark the country's Independence Day.   Armored vehicles and tanks rolled down a major thoroughfare in downtown Beirut, soldiers on horseback marched to military tunes, and a choir performed national songs while organizers released balloons in the colors of the Lebanese...... (read more)

6. Iran's Foreign Minister Is First to Meet Lebanon's New President
November 07, 2016

Iran's Mohammad Javad Zarif on Monday became the first foreign minister to meet Lebanon's new president, a move that underscored Tehran's tussle for influence in Beirut with its regional arch rival Saudi Arabia. A Christian leader and close ally of Lebanon's Iran-backed Shi'ite Muslim group Hezbollah who was elected president last week, Aoun also met an envoy sent by Syrian President Bashar al-Assad earlier in the day. Iran, which welcomed Aoun's election as a...... (read more)

7. Lebanese President Asks ex-PM Hariri to Form New Government
November 03, 2016

Lebanon's prime minister-designate vowed on Thursday to work swiftly to put together a "national unity government that overcomes political divisions' that have plagued the Mideast nation for years.   The pledge by Saad Hariri, who already served as prime minister for 14 months until early 2011, came shortly after the country's newly elected president, Michel Aoun, asked him to form a new Cabinet.   That process can go on for weeks or even months, and...... (read more)

8. Michel Aoun: Lebanon's Popular Yet Divisive New President
October 31, 2016

Michel Aoun, Lebanon's strong-willed Christian leader, has waited more than three decades for the chance to become president. On Monday, the 81-year-old politician finally fulfilled his ambition, becoming the country's 13th head of state after he was voted in by a majority in parliament.   A former army commander known affectionately by his many supporters as "the General,' Aoun led his forces through some of the deadliest battles of Lebanon's 1975-90...... (read more)

9. Lebanese Parliament Elects New President
October 31, 2016

Lebanon's parliament elected former army commander Michel Aoun as president, ending a more than two-year power vacuum and political stalemate in the country. Aoun, 81, was quickly sworn in as Lebanon's 13th president, pledging political and economic reform and urging a “real partnership” among deeply divided Lebanese political factions. He has a wide support base, mostly among Lebanon's educated youth, but is considered a divisive figure in the country for his role in the...... (read more)

10. Shi'ite Muslims Commemorate Ashura in Nabatieh
October 12, 2016

Shi'ite Muslims around the world commemorate Ashura and mourn the death of Hussein, the Prophet Muhammad’s grandson. A small minority in Lebanon practices ritual bloodletting to mark the event.... (read more)

11. Lebanese City's Shia Mark Holy Day With Ritual Bloodletting
October 12, 2016

As streams of blood trickled down the streets of the southern Lebanese town of Nabatieh, Shi'ite muslims commemorating the holy day of Ashura gathered to reflect on the roots of their faith. Across the world, millions of Shi'ites on Wednesday the Prophet Muhammad's grandson Hussein, whose death in battle in 680 marked a schism in Islam that has persisted to this day. Likewise, believers across Lebanon took to the streets, dressed in black as a sign of mourning. Numbers...... (read more)

12. Syria Return Rhetoric Sparks Refugee Fears
September 28, 2016

As bombs tear apart the buildings and families within the decimated Syrian city of Aleppo following another broken cease-fire, a few hundred kilometers away in Lebanon, one refugee contemplated the idea of returning to Syria. “At this point there is no chance of living there,” the 25-year old Mohamed,* who had been studying in Aleppo until 2014, told VOA. “There are too many sides who want to kill me there. Not just me, but everyone, and it's something they can do easily.” He is...... (read more)

13. Nowheristan's Well-connected Emperor is Starting a Revolution, One Neighborhood at a Time
September 26, 2016

In a country unable to elect a president, one man continues to reign as a self-appointed emperor. Michel Elefteriades is a well known and occasionally controversial figure in Lebanon, a former militia leader turned producer and king of Beirut’s nightlife. Having grown up through Lebanon’s civil war and seen his nation unable to shed the ghosts and divisions of its past, he is a man in search of a new way of doing things. Sporting a cane and a potent sense of the absurd, step forward...... (read more)

14. Meet the Emperor of Nowheristan
September 26, 2016

Meet Michel Elefteriades, producer, nightlife big shot, and a man in search of utopias in Lebanon, a country beset by challenges. With old wounds barely healed from its Civil War two and a half decades ago, and overspill from Syria causing further difficulties, Elefteriades has created his own country - Nowheristan - in an attempt to forge a new political and cultural path. John Owens reports from Beirut.... (read more)

15. Obama, Ban Call on World's Leaders to Help Solve Epic Refugee Crisis
September 20, 2016

President Barack Obama hosted the first Leaders Summit on Refugees in New York City on Tuesday, saying the world is facing a crisis of epic proportions. "We are here because right now in crowded camps in cities around the world there are families from Darfur in Chad, Palestinians in Lebanon, Afghans in Pakistan, Colombians in Ecuador, who’ve endured years, in some cases, decades, as refugees surviving on rations and aid and who dream of someday, somehow, having a home of their own,”...... (read more)

16. Lebanon's Trash Crisis Threatens Return in Summer Heat
August 29, 2016

Rubbish is again accumulating on some Beirut streets after protesters blocked access to a dump, raising fears that last summer's garbage crisis, which provoked unprecedented street protests, could return. The return of trash piles is among a number of signs of how dysfunctional Lebanon's paralyzed political system has become, made worse because of sectarian tension that has increased with neighboring Syria's civil war. The government has not passed a budget since 2005, and...... (read more)

17. Cinema Resurrection Marks South Lebanon Arts Revival
August 28, 2016

Banging drums, decked in costume, striding on stilts: they all burst out into the hot, sweaty Lebanese night and swapped the subterranean confines of the cinema for the streets of Nabatieh. Behind, them a trail of young and old danced and sang, their efforts drawing the puzzled stares of those just passing by.  In Lebanon’s most southern district, a place festooned with the banners of the powerful Shi’ite militia Hezbollah and partly rebuilt in the wake of the 2006 war with...... (read more)

18. Saudi Court Sends Egyptian to Jail for Espionage, Sorcery
August 23, 2016

A Saudi newspaper is reporting that an Egyptian man has been sentenced to six years in prison on charges of attempting to disturb public order, violating the kingdom's labor laws and communicating with a sorcerer to bewitch his employer. The Egyptian, who was unnamed in the Okaz report, was accused of acquiring a secret military document that listed the movements and names of Saudi troops and of emailing this document to the Iranian Embassy in Lebanon. Saudi Arabia and Iran are...... (read more)

19. US Court Documents: Maine Man Died Fighting for IS
August 16, 2016

Investigators say an Iranian Muslim man who came to Maine as a refugee in 2009 was fighting for the Islamic State group when he was killed last year in Lebanon.   The Portland Press Herald reports that details about 38-year-old Adnan Fazeli were in newly unsealed court documents filed in federal court in Portland.   The newspaper reports Fazeli, who was most recently a Freeport resident, became radicalized while living in Maine.   Fazeli came under FBI investigation for...... (read more)

20. New US Aid Delivery to Lebanon Army to Counter Militant Threat
August 09, 2016

BEIRUT— The United States delivered 50 armored vehicles, 40 artillery pieces and 50 grenade launchers to the Lebanese army on Tuesday, part of its efforts to bolster Lebanon against a threat from militant groups in neighboring, conflict-ridden Syria. The equipment, worth $50 million, is part of an aid package that has now topped $220 million this year, making Lebanon the fifth-biggest recipient of American military assistance, U.S. ambassador Elizabeth Richard said during the delivery. Fighting between Islamic State and other Islamist militant groups in Syria often flares in the mount... (read more)

21. Syrian Rebels Breach Government's Hold on Aleppo
August 07, 2016

Syrian rebels Sunday broke a three-week government hold on the embattled city of Aleppo, a major military setback for forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad. Rebel forces, including the Levant Conquest Front, formerly al-Qaida's Syrian branch, surged through regime territory, pushing government forces out of military colleges and other locations they had held. The war media arm of Lebanon's Hezbollah, which has been fighting with Syrian forces, acknowledged the rebels' advance on Aleppo's besieged eastern neighborhoods, home to about 250,000 people. Rami Abdel Rahma... (read more)

22. Universities Struggle to Meet Syrian Refugee Education Gap
August 03, 2016

BEIRUT, LEBANON— Before he was driven out of Syria by the war, Amer Horani’s status as a student was a source of great pride. The first to go to university in his family, he began studying psychology at Damascus University in 2012 and dreamed of using his education to help others. Then a friend, a fellow student, disappeared. “The army came for him. I never saw him again,” the 22-year-old told VOA. The disappearance of his friend was a factor that fueled his decision to leave his country and studies after eight months. Student life on hold Along with ma... (read more)

23. From Fertile Crescent to Crescent City: Book Details Immigrant's Journey
July 30, 2016

NEW YORK— A mainstay in Lebanon for more than five decades, the respected Al-Kafaat Foundation stems from the success of Habib Shwayri, who emigrated to the United States, settled in Louisiana and defied the odds to build a clothing empire and make a fortune. That journey and the transformative ripple effect it had are the subject of a new book, Beirut on the Bayou, by his grandson, Raif Shwayri. How it all played out makes for a fascinating story. In 1902, Habib Shwayri arrived in Ellis Island — where his name was changed to Alfred Nicola — with the goal of making his way... (read more)

24. Recycling is Lifeline for Lebanon’s Last Glassblowers
July 25, 2016

SARAFAND, LEBANON— Face lit up orange by the darting flames of the furnace, Mahmoud Khalifeh manipulates the blowpipe with ease, using skills that stretch back not just generations, but millennia.  Much like his father, and his father’s father before that, Muhammed has mastered glass blowing, an art developed in the region more than 2,000 years ago.  But despite a profitable pairing with an eco-entrepreneur and an unexpected boost from Lebanon’s trash crisis, fears remain the craft could be lost to a modern age of mass production.  A hidden gem The Kha... (read more)

25. Recycling Lifeline for Lebanon’s Last Glassblowers
July 25, 2016

In a small Lebanese coastal town, one family is preserving a craft that stretches back millennia. The art of glass blowing was developed by Phoenicians in the region, and the Khalifehs say they are the only ones keeping the skill alive in Lebanon. But despite teaming up with an eco-entrepreneur and receiving an unexpected boost from the country’s recent trash crisis the future remains uncertain. John Owens reports from Sarafand.... (read more)

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