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Lebanese man mistakenly identified as 1985 plane hijacking suspect
A Lebanese man who was detained for five days in Greece for his involvement in a 1985 plane hijacking has been released after authorities concluded they had the wrong person, AFP cited police as saying.
Greek police arrest suspect in 1985 TWA aircraft hijacking
The 1985 hijacking of the flight from Athens became a multi-day nightmare for passengers and crew members and included the slaying of a US Navy diver.
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Paula Yacoubian represents what some hope is the future of Lebanese politics.
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In the Lebanese mountains, the site of Qasr Moussa - or Moussa Castle - tells the story of a common man who pursued the dream of building his own castle.
Israeli army fires into Lebanon after military targets hit by missiles
There were no immediate reports of casualties, though the Israeli Defense Forces said a number of hits have been confirmed.
Hezbollah say it is ready 'for any confrontation' with Israel
Tensions have risen in the last week after Israel allegedly crash-landed two drones in southern Beirut. Hezbollah's leader said in a speech on Saturday that Israel will "pay a price" for the attack.
Two Israeli drones crash in Beirut suburb
Two Israeli drones came down over Beirut early on Sunday causing damage in a densely populated neighbourhood.
Exclusive: Euronews interview with Lebanon FM Gebran Bassil
Lebanon feels the spillover effects of the Syrian war and proxy conflict between Saudi Arabia and Iran like no other country in the region. Euronews sat down for an exclusive interview with the country’s foreign minister, Gebran Bassil.
Khalil Gibran musical The Broken Wings makes regional debut at Lebanon's Beiteddine Art Festival
Lebanon’s iconic 19th century palace of Beiteddine, was the setting for the regional debut of The Broken Wings musical at the annual Beiteddine Art Festival.
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The Beiteddine Art Festival is one of the most prestigious annual music festivals in the Middle East.
Teenager takes top prize in Lebanese arm wrestling competition
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
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Lebanese indie band concert cancelled after church pressure
The Indie rock band "Mashrou' Leila" had their concert at the Byblos International Festival cancelled after pressure from the church.
Record breakers are rising in the Middle East and North Africa
The Guinness World Records is a benchmarking institution best-known for having authenticated and catalogued feats of human endeavour since 1955.
Warming waters see a concerning increase in lionfish off Lebanon's sea
"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.”
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US Resident Nizar Zakka Speaks to Euronews after his release in Iran
The businessman was held for almost four years, accused of spying.
Lebanon says new 'waves' of migrants can be expected in Europe soon
Lebanese President Michel Aoun made the comments during his visit to Russia this week
Ziad al Rahbani tours Europe for first time in 21 years
Euronews spoke to many of the singer's fans, but he wasn't so keen to talk himself.
Artists and locals make-over Beirut suburb of Ouzai
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UK criminalises support for Hezbollah
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.