December 31, 2013
Irrespective of the strife and conflict they have been through, most Lebanese people desperately want to believe the famed signer Fairuz when she sings: Even in your madness I love you (Lebanon)/because your love /gathers us together /when we are dispersed. However, following the bombing of Mohamad Chatah on December 27, one wonders if their faith in a unified Lebanon will survive yet another round of violence.
As all divas know, the most important part of prepping for an epic New Year's Eve gig is to don the most ridiculous pair of boots ever known to man.
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December 30, 2013
Lebanese forces have fired on Syrian aircraft after the warplanes crossed into Lebanese airspace.
Details of the bombing which caused the death of Lebanese economist and diplomat, Mohammed Chatah, are emerging post blast.
Ragheb Alama's wife, Jihan, was awarded for her creative jewellery designs by Massimo Gargia in Paris.
Syrian warplanes dropped four rockets near the Lebanese border town Arsal on Monday.
Sulafa Mimar is currently in Beirut to film her upcoming TV series "Qalam Humra" (Lipstick).
Saudi is not the only country sending the Lebanese army funds to boost its military capabilities. UAE announced Monday that it will also send Lebanon funds for its security forces amid rising security threats throughout the country.
Saudi Arabia is giving the Lebanese army a $3 billion aid grant to boost its forces. The deal represents the largest aid package given to Lebanon's armed forces' history.
December 29, 2013
In the 14th attack over the last year, rockets from Syria struck Ersal, a border-town in East Lebanon.
French President Francois Hollande is scheduled to meet with former Lebanese premier Saad Hariri and Syrian opposition leader Ahmad Jarba in Saudi Arabia this week, according to announcements released Sunday.
Lebanon's Foreign Ministry announced Sunday that two Omani citizens who were kidnapped in eastern Lebanon earlier this week have been freed.
Hundreds of government officials and politicians gathered in Downtown Beirut Sunday to bid farewell to former Minister Mohammad Shatah who was killed in Friday's bombing in Lebanon's capital.
Ramy Ayach loves him some traditional Lebanese food, and now he's sharing the yumminess with the city of Beirut after his new restaurant opened on Christmas day.