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  • Baakline

    (Historic Town - 52 km from Beirut) Founded in the 12th century by the Maan emirs, Baakline served as their capital until the early 17th century when its most famous ...
  • JEITTA GROTTO

    Jeita Grotto is the jewel of tourism in Lebanon offering to its visitors qualified modern services and accommodation in harmony with a fascinating nature. It creates a magical trip to ...
  • Our Lady of Harissa

    Harissa Is a statue of Our Lady of Lebanon with her arms outspread over Jounieh Bay, is one of the country's most renowned manmade trace. This statue weighs about 13-ton ...
  • JERUSALEM: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has defended his decision to enable Qatar to bring $15 million into Hamas-controlled Gaza for salaries, saying it would calm tensions and prevent a Palestinian humanitarian crisis.Netanyahu’s remarks late Saturday were his first on the issue since Israel allowed the cash to be transferred ...
  • JERUSALEM: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has defended his decision to enable Qatar to bring $15 million into Hamas-controlled Gaza for salaries, saying it would calm tensions and prevent a Palestinian humanitarian crisis.Netanyahu’s remarks late Saturday were his first on the issue since Israel allowed the cash to be transferred ...
  • DUBAI: Conditions are ripe for the “swift completion of the process of liberation” of Yemen from the control of the Houthis, the militia’s propaganda chief said a day after deserting the group. Speaking at a news conference in Riyadh on Sunday, Abdelsalam Jaber, the self-styled information minister, accused the Houthis ...
  • BAGHDAD/FALLUJA, Iraq: At Baghdad’s grand but half-empty railway station, a single train is sputtering to life. It is the newly revived daily service to Falluja, a dusty town to the west once infamous as a Sunni insurgent stronghold. The driver and conductor assure that the tracks running through Anbar province ...

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