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Celebrity voice coach and producer Oussama Rahbani talks fame and family in Baalbeck
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.
Lebanese comedian Georges Khabbaz sends message of unity at Baalbeck International Festival
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.
Hundreds of Syrian refugees living in Lebanon return home
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
Beiteddine Art Festival in Lebanon is a real treat
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 woman jailed in Egypt for Facebook video post
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.
US embassy against 'just solution' for Mideast, says Lebanon
"We are going to resist, refuse and fight if we are attacked," foreign minister tells Euronews
Hezbollah and its allies make electoral gains in Lebanon
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.
Hezbollah makes gains in Lebanese election
Hezbollah does well in Sunday's parliamentary election but it does not give them overall power as Prime Minister Saad Hariri is likely to form a new coalition.
Voting ends in Lebanese elections
The Lebanese election sees a battle between a Western and Saudi-backed coalition headed by Hariri and the Iranian-backed Hezbollah group.
Lebanon's long-awaited parliamentary elections: analysis
These are the first parliamentary elections held in Lebanon since 2009, despite the constitution’s provision for electoral processes every four years. In order to understand what is at stake, we spoke with Marwan Maalouf, a political analyst at the Holy Spirit University of Kaslisk in Beirut
Oscars 2018: Here are the best foreign language film nominees
Ninety-two countries submitted a film for consideration as Best Foreign Language Film at the Academy Awards, the highest-ever number of submissions. The shortlisted nominees are from from Sweden, Lebanon, Chile, Russia and Hungary.
Inside Elie Saab's atelier: dream clothing
In its second episode, Inspire Middle East delves into the universe of fashion icon Elie Saab with an exploration of the region’s elegant new trends.
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Elie Saab: "I don't believe in instant success"
The Lebanese fashion designer discusses his global success and his impact on world fashion.
Angry protests in Lebanon after "thug" comments
Angry protests in Lebanon after the foreign minister refers to parliament's speaker as a "thug"
EU and Lebanon hold first official talks since PM Hariri's return
The head of EU foreign policy Federica Mogherini spoke about Syria during her visit saying she wanted all Syrians who fled violence in their country to be protected and to be given the option to return home when the time is right.
British embassy worker found strangled near Beirut
Thirty-year-old Rebecca Dykes worked in Beirut since January 2017
Protests in Lebanon
Lebanese security forces fired tear gas and water cannons at protesters near the U.S. Embassy in Lebanon on Sunday during a demonstration against President Donald Trump's decision to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
Hariri withdraws resignation in Lebanon
Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Al-Hariri has rescinded his resignation and said all members of the government had agreed to stay out of conflicts in Arab countries
Hariri warns Hezbollah to respect Lebanon's "neutral" policy
Lebanon's prime minister says the Iranian backed group must stay out of regional conflicts to help end the country's political crisis
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