culture

Can Lebanon’s vineyards survive the spillover from Syria’s war

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“The day that we are not allowed to make wine in Batroun is the day Lebanon is finished as a

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Lebanese singing legend Sabah dies at 87

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Lebanese singer and actress Sabah, one of the Arab world’s best-known entertainers, has died aged 87. Sabah, whose real name

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Health of Lebanon’s singer Wadih El Safi deteriorates

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Lebanese cultural icon Wadih Al-Safi’s health has severely deteriorated three days following a surgery to a broken leg, LBC reported

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Lebanese author awarded International Prize for Arabic Fiction

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A Lebanese author has won the International Prize for Arabic Fiction for his novel depicting life of a Christian egg

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No more Barbie dolls in Iran

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Police have closed down dozens of toy shops for selling Barbie dolls, part of a decades-long crackdown on signs of

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Court acts to stop arranged wedlock

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A 16-YEAR-OLD Lebanese Australian girl has been placed on a nationwide airport watch list to stop her being sent to

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Op-ED: Israel, the Apartheid State of 21st Century

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The so-called democratic government of Israel has two systems of education and two different curricula in its present day Apartheid system of Education.

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Gholmieh passes away at age 73 after a long battle with illness

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Dr. Walid Georges Gholmieh died at the age of 73 after a long battle with illness, National News Agency reported

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World Press Photo exhibit closes early over censorship

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A World Press Photo exhibit in Beirut is shutting down early after Lebanese authorities ordered the removal of an Israeli

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Cannes 2011: A personal project for Nadine Labaki

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Cannes, France – For many filmmakers, the moment of inspiration can be difficult to pin down. Lebanese writer-director Nadine Labaki,

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