Fall-ing in Lebanon

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In Search of Sex-Ed

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Prime Minister Saad Hariri

Out with the old, in with the old: Hariri returns to...

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Saad Hariri won 65 out of 120 possible votes, making him Lebanon's "new" prime minister designate.
Revolution Anniversary Photo Essay

Flame of the revolution: An anniversary photo essay

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Hundreds of protesters in Beirut took to the streets on October 17 to commemorate one year since the start of the Lebanese uprising.
October 17: From activism to slacktivism

October 17: From activism to slacktivism

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For a variety of reasons, people in Lebanon are shying away from protesting on the streets and resorting to digital activism.

The Iraq War Turns 18 Today, Why Did This Happen?

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Today marks the 18th anniversary of former president George W. Bush’s signing of the Authorization for the Use of Military Force...