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Cat Hole-in-the-Wall

 Eye-level, but one might not notice it: a mere hole-in-the-wall. It looks to drain a trench, and in heavy rains it probably gushes. Meanwhile, it serves the local cat community as a passage between International College and American University of Beirut. 19 more words


The Isstar Wares Sandcrawler of Jawa Policy and Interstellar Affairs Is Fully Operational

 Finally, the Isstar Wares Sandcrawler of Jawa Policy and Interstellar Affairs is fully operational. That means that the doors open and close and that the lights come on and off. 34 more words


Four returns and a farewell

As I may have said before, in Beirut, you sometimes feel like you’re on a big wheel; a constant fairground ride of ups and downs,  hopes and fears, welcomes and farewells. 51 more words


Lebanese gather to join in solidarity with Gaza

This week, the international community has witnessed countless protests demanding the halt of Israel’s ground intervention and airstrikes on Gaza, ranging from populated demonstrations in London to violent ones in Paris. 652 more words


Mifta7: Marianne Madoré

July 2014, Beirut

I just arrived… a few days ago. It is my first time in Beirut. So what have I been up to?Well, so far, I’m walking. 412 more words

A day spent at the watergate

Fancy trying a fun water park where you’ll be able to jump, slide, dive and test your balance skills?

   Watergate located in dbayeh at Le Royal Hotel Beirut, recognized as the biggest aqua park in the Middle East, spread over 20,000 m2 and that goes for an ambiance of majesty and mystery is your place to go! 564 more words

Syrian opposition coalition dissolves interim government

Tuesday, July 22, 2014
BEIRUT – The Western-backed National Coalition of Syrian opposition members said on Tuesday it had voted to force out its “interim government” and form a new one within a month. 10 more words