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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 ...
  • KABUL: They’ve survived a war and continue to face economic hardships and social taboo. Despite it all, several Afghan women, in recent years, have surged ahead to realize their dreams of representing their country in various sporting arenas around the world.Some of them shone brighter than the others and were ...
  • UN's Guterres: Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince contributed to reaching Yemen agreement LONDON: Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and the Yemeni President Abdrabbuh Mansur Hadi contributed to reaching agreements in Yemen and helped achieve the ceasfire in Hodeidah, the UN's Antonio Gutteres said on Thursday. UN deputy spokesman Farhan Haq told ...
  • AMMAN: Israel was accused on Thursday of humiliating Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas by placing Ramallah on virtual lockdown amid a 24-hour outbreak of violence in which five people died. The bloodshed began when Israeli forces shot dead two Palestinians suspected of earlier attacks. Salah Barghouti, 29, was accused of shooting seven ...
  • BEIRUT: Kurdish-led forces on Thursday moved deep into Hajjin, the main village in the last pocket still held by the Daesh group in eastern Syria, a war monitor said. The Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), with support from airstrikes conducted by the US-led coalition, deployed across the Euphrates Valley village. “The ...

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