Racial tensions break out in Bsharre following murder of young Lebanese

Racial tensions in the northern town of Bsharre have heightened after a Lebanese man, Joseph Tawk, was killed at the hands of...

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Economy

16 Days of Activism: 4 gender issues in Lebanon that need addressing

While Lebanese officials seem keen on attending international human rights conferences, they appear to be less interested in implementing positive change to...

UNRWA depletes funds, seeks out emergency aid for refugees

The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) announced on Monday that it has depleted...

Thrift shops gain traction as Lebanese lose purchasing power

Instagram is now home to a growing Lebanese thrift scene, with new pages popping up on an almost daily basis.

Politics

16 Days of Activism: 4 gender issues in Lebanon that need addressing

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While Lebanese officials seem keen on attending international human rights conferences, they appear to be less interested in implementing positive change to better the lives of the citizens under their rule.

Racial tensions break out in Bsharre following murder of young Lebanese

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Racial tensions in the northern town of Bsharre have heightened after a Lebanese man, Joseph Tawk, was killed at the hands of a Syrian national. Local sources told Al...

Melhem Khalaf launches roadmap to “recover the state together”

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Khalaf’s launch speech touched upon the need for change, advocating independent experts and non-sectarian leadership.

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Better Living

16 Days of Activism: 4 gender issues in Lebanon that need addressing

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While Lebanese officials seem keen on attending international human rights conferences, they appear to be less interested...

Melhem Khalaf launches roadmap to “recover the state together”

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Khalaf’s launch speech touched upon the need for change, advocating independent experts and non-sectarian leadership.

“Let women cook” is a telltale sign of Lebanese women’s reality

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The misogyny perpetuated by the patriarchal structure takes on several forms, and Fahmi's comment only symbolizes the tip of the iceberg.