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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 ...
  • NEW DELHI: As the black SUV pulled up outside her village, 82-year-old Bilkis could see a group of people waiting with garlands and big smiles on their faces. They approached her one by one, and as she slowly stepped out of the car, some greeted her with a “namaste” or “salaam,” while ...
  • DUBAI: The year 2007 was a momentous one for mankind. That year, according to the United Nations, for the first time in history, more people lived in urban than in rural locations. The concept of the city — which had been inexorably advancing for several thousand years — was finally dominant. ...
  • JEDDAH: Saudi Arabia’s first Olympic medal win 20 years ago inspired a generation of athletes and was a catalyst for the development of sport, according to the president of the Kingdom’s Olympic committee. Hadi Souan won silver in the 400m hurdles at the Sydney Games in 2000. The accomplishment was one ...
  • DUBAI: The neo-Ottoman foreign policy of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan that has laid waste to large expanses of the Arab world in recent years, now threatens to set the South Caucasus ablaze. Ankara ratcheted up its divisive rhetoric as a second day of heavy fighting between Azerbaijani and Armenian forces, ...

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