The games took place in the Lebanese city of Zahle where men and women strained to find the strength to overcome their opponents for the win
The Indie rock band "Mashrou' Leila" had their concert at the Byblos International Festival cancelled after pressure from the church.
The Guinness World Records is a benchmarking institution best-known for having authenticated and catalogued feats of human endeavour since 1955.
"It's like genocide," says fisherman Atallah Siblini. “Now it is like 30 to 50 of them in one place. They started to scare away the other fish including sea bass which we depend on and they eat everything.”
The businessman was held for almost four years, accused of spying.
Lebanese President Michel Aoun made the comments during his visit to Russia this week
Euronews spoke to many of the singer's fans, but he wasn't so keen to talk himself.
Ouzai, a once neglected neighbourhood near Beirut, is being transformed by passionate painters.
Britiain makes it a criminal offence to support Hezbollah, both its political and military arms. The group is already blacklisted in the US, Canada and Israel.
The first female interior minister in the Arab world told Euronews her appointment is a "unique experience that needs to be mainstreamed and generalised in other countries in the region".
The overflow of muddy sewage water caused by the storm is running like a river in the streets of Beirut.
In Lebanon, daily electricity power cuts are commonplace.
Canada’s resettlement of refugees: Potential lessons for Europe
The UK Lebanon Tech Hub (UKLTH) is an international programme supporting the growth of Lebanon’s knowledge economy.
Millions of people marked World Cleanup Day on Saturday, joining what was set to be the biggest-ever single day of volunteer-based waste collection efforts.
Whilst building towers of record breaking height was once a priority for many modern Middle Eastern countries, today affordable and efficient developments are on the rise.
Could incinerators be the answer to Lebanon's critical waste problem?
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Exclusive: Lebanese PM Hariri addresses working with Hezbollah and previous resignation
A member of one the most celebrated families on the Middle East’s cultural scene, Oussama Rahbani, has composed countless scores and chart-topping songs.
His family has played a major role in the development of the region's theatrical scene since the 1950’s.
The Baalbeck International Festival, one of Lebanon’s most popular and acclaimed cultural events, kicked off on July 8th and will run until August 18th.
Around 900 Syrian refugees who had been in Lebanon have returned to their homeland over the weekend. This is the fourth round of people to return to Syria in a one-month period
The annual summer event takes place in the large 200-year-old Beiteddine Palace in the Chouf Mountains in the southeast of Beirut. The Spanish flamenco dance group performed dance adaptations of Federico Garcia Lorca's "Blood Wedding"
Lebanese tourist, Mona el-Mazbouh, has been jailed for eight years in Egypt for posting a Facebook video in which she was critical of the country.
"We are going to resist, refuse and fight if we are attacked," foreign minister tells Euronews
Unofficial results are showing that Hezbollah and its political allies made significant gains.
They appear to have won just over half of all parliamentary seats.