June 12, 2013
Protests against the Shiite militant group Hezbollah erupted in Kuwait, the day that seven supermarkets in the country began a boycott of Iranian products
In an apparent move of retaliation, Syrian rebels enveloped the eastern Syrian village of Hatla, near Iraq, on Tuesday and killed 60 Shiites, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
Lebanese beauty Qamar has two strikes against her this month with the failure of her new movie and the canceling of her TV show.
The Lebanese Shiite party Hezbollah, has proved through its involvement in the Syrian conflict, that it has chosen religion (sect) over the Lebanese state. This choice has already had serious consequences, and may cause an all-out civil war in the Levant.
Austrian peacekeeping troops from the UN monitoring force in the Israeli occupied Golan Heights began their withdrawal from the border crossing on Wednesday, in light of escalating tension between the Syrians and Israelis.
Syrian rebels allegedly fired rockets into the Lebanese town of Hermel on Tuesday night, injuring four and killing one civilian.
June 11, 2013
With more than a million views on YouTube in less than three weeks, Lebanese pop princess Pascale Machalaani’s “Girls Dreams” is a major hit!
One of the region's most promising ensembles has big things in store with a new album "What's Wrong with Beirut?" that's ready for release during their exciting slot in the Beirut Holidays concert series.
Syrian actress Jenny Asper returns after taking time off to give birth and has begun filming for the fifth sequel of the popular television drama "Sabaya" (The Girls).
A van carrying Lebanese gunmen who were on their way to fight in Damascus was targeted by a car bomb in Lebanon's Bekaa valley on Monday. Several casualties were reported, but the gunmen still managed to enter Syria.
June 10, 2013
The Beirut home of legendary singer Fairuz is now scheduled to be restored and turned into a museum, commemorating the life of the songstress.
It was a sad Saturday night to be Salma Rachid or Perwaz Hussein. The two gals made it so close and yet so far from the end of the competition and were eliminated from the weekend's show, while Ragheb Alama gets a big a surprise.
A car bomb exploded in Taanayel east Lebanon, damaging nearby vehicles but causing no injuries
Diana Haddad busted out a remix of Samira Tawfiq’s music as a form of tribute, along with a variety of her own songs, new and old, on set of Arab Idol on Friday night.
For the second August in as many years, Beirut Holidays promises to pump Beirut Souks with a wide range of local and international performers beginning with the renowned Nancy Ajram.