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Massive Attack dedicate Lebanon gig to Gaza children Influential British band Massive Attack dedicated their only Middle East gig to the children of Gaza, openly condemning Israel's "massacre" of the Palestinians. As the band played in Byblos, in Lebanon, just a few hundred kilometres north of Gaza, swaying music-lovers on Tuesday night held up Palestinian flags as Massive Attack issued a rare, explicit condemnation of Israel's offensive.

Syrian refugee women face sexual exploitation TEL EL-HAYAT, Lebanon (AP) The Syrian refugee woman huddled in the latest room she calls home, a peeling, run-down place outside a north Lebanese village. The mother of six doesn't know how she'll pay the rent. She's gotten by over the past year by taking a series of lovers who would pay for her housing.

Lebanon suspends work permits for Ebola-hit countries BEIRUT - Lebanon's labour ministry said Friday it has suspended the issuance of work permits to residents of several African countries hit by an outbreak of the Ebola virus. In a statement carried by Lebanon's National News Agency, the ministry said that "as a result of fears about public health and to prevent an Ebola epidemic, the labour ministry is no longer receiving work permit requests ...

Films help Lebanese come to terms with dark past Lebanon's civil war ended a quarter of a century ago but its filmmakers remain fixated on this dark period, seeing their movies as a kind of catharsis to help heal collective trauma. The latest example to hit the screens is "Mirath" ("Heritages") by French-Lebanese filmmaker Philippe Aractingi. Mingling fact and fiction, Aractingi shares with his children memories of the 1975-1990 war, his exile ...

Mt. Lebanon discusses possible rules for urban agriculture At one point, the suburban landscape of Mt. Lebanon primarily was farmland.

Lebanon County seeks advice on promoting tourism The Lebanon County commissioners are encouraging interested residents to participate in determining the future of tourism promotion in the Lebanon Valley by inviting them to one of four forums scheduled later this month.

Lebanon detains eight Syrians for alleged terror links Beirut, July 30 (IANS) Lebanon has detained eight Syrians for entering the country illegally and having suspected terror links, an army statement said. A state-run news agency later confirmed that the detained Syrians were suspected of having links to the Al Qaida affiliate "Al Nusra Front", a group that has spearheaded the rebels' fighting in Syria since 2012.

Classroom brings a rare, welcome 'escape' for refugees in Lebanon Syrian and Palestinian refugees in Lebanon face a multitude of hurdles to complete their educations, like obtaining books or taking exams recognized by their home country. One charity has stepped in to help.

Syrian refugees, sectarian tensions endanger Lebanon: U.N. By Stephanie Nebehay GENEVA (Reuters) - Lebanon is at risk of crumbling as a state under the burden of 1.1 million Syrian refugees and foreign donors must make good on pledges of support to help it survive the crisis, the top U.N. official in the small coastal country warned on Monday. Political and religious leaders in Lebanon, both Sunni and Shi'ite Muslim, so far have kept a lid on growing ...

Lebanon Police investigating two street robberies as related incidents LEBANON >> Lebanon police are investigating a pair of what appear to be related robberies that occurred on the city's northside early Thursday morning.

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