Since the inaugural FIFA World Cup back in 1930, no women have been in command of the men’s football matches....
JoinedJanuary 29, 2018
Laudy Issa is a multimedia journalist and the Managing Editor of Beirut Today. Before COVID-19, you might have caught her tripping over wires in local theatres or gigs.
An independent investigation conducted by the UN found that Israeli occupation forces killed Al Jazeera TV journalist Shireen Abu Akleh.
Breaking down the 15-minutes of Starfield gameplay revealed at the Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase 2022 on Sunday.
Around 41.37 percent of registered expat voters in 10 countries cast their ballots by 6 PM on Friday, according to...
Through music, dance, theater, and other art programs, LOYAC’s MobArt is bringing joy to young children at Al-Faour refugee camp...
Lebanese all-woman dance troupe Mayyas mesmerized the judges and audience in America's Got Talent with their synchronized movements.
What happens when politicians start thinking of garbage as a resource that Lebanon can economically benefit from?
Scientists may have discovered the missing “growth mechanism” that helps sand grains on Titan maintain their size over time.
“If the accident doesn’t kill us, the road will,” said Lena Gebrane, VP of Kunhadi.
Musicians talk to us about what Beirut Jam Sessions means to them on the music platform's 10th anniversary.
Nabih Berri earned the bare minimum of the needed 65 votes to be re-elected as Lebanon’s Speaker of Parliament.
And what resources are available to to both Lebanese women and refugees in the country?