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Travel

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It's been over ten days since the mass shooting at US military offices in Tennessee and here in Texas, flags are still at half...

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Yesterday we set out for a fun day on the slopes. Thankfully, when we reached the peaks at Faraya, the lifts were running smoothly: And the...

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Yes, this blog is mainly about Beirut, but I've added a new travel section to share some of my trips and the experiences that...

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I don't usually do lists, but with all the awful news I have been covering lately about demolitions and people getting beaten up, I...

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kV6-susmdBw It's not easy flying into Beirut these days. With fears of ISIS beheading soldiers and invading villages, refugees spilling out onto the streets, a...

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It was great to finally meet Karem Shehada (left) and Mohammed El-Madhoun (right) tonight. Mohammed is the editor in chief of Watania Media Agency,...

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If you haven't visited the pine forests of Bkassine, you are long overdue. The village is part of the Jezzine district in South Lebanon, about...

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I spotted this Rolls-Royce on a recent afternoon in Beirut. Interestingly, the plates are from Iraq. According to Google, the suggested retail price is...

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If I were in Beirut right now, I'd probably be hearing the sound of Israeli jets as they bank up the Mediterranean after dropping...

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It seems the Middle East is not the only place where God and guns go together. This alternating digital display was running constantly on...