|"Glow" opened its doors last Thursday in Beirut's Furn el-Chebbak, becoming Lebanon's very first nightclub for teenagers. According to its Facebook page, ... Cities like New York, Paris and London offer teens a taste of the nightlife culture with|
|Na'ashat, Lebanese slang for “score”, is local channel LBCI's version of Take Me Out, a dating show in Britain, and has become the most contentious programme in Lebanon. The show has been lighting up social media, rival channels and newspapers and |
|Just minutes after innocent people were attacked outside the British parliament in central London on Wednesday, the words "Muslim" and "Islamic" began trending. Maybe it has something to do with the fact that international media outlets began falsely |
|“I hope it will snow more so we can take some pictures,” says Ayman Assi as he looks out towards the Grand Union Canal from his restaurant in west London. It's a cold Saturday morning in February. An articulated lorry is parked outside where grey|
|From creamy hummus and smoky baba ganoush, to crumbly falafel or salty spinach and feta boregi, Lebanese cuisine is packed with colour and bold flavours. Mint, garlic, earthy cumin, sumac and coriander, sharp citrus and tahini are key ingredients to|
|This is the shocking moment a punch-up broke out at 35,000ft forcing a London-bound jet to make an emergency landing. Dramatic footage on board the Middle Eastern Airlines flight from Beirut shows two men squaring up before they launch in to a frantic |
|He opened his first restaurant in London, Baboon, when he was 22 and now has 15 sites in London and Manchester. The latest expansion plans follow a 24.6% surge in sales to £9.7 million in the six months to June 30. Chief executive Chaker Hanna said the |
|Walid Jumblatt looked a worried man yesterday. He seemed a trifle frail. He was, after all, commemorating the brutal murder 40 years ago of his Druze father Kamal, an earnest and secular socialist who might have been compared to the pre-First World War |
|Thirty miles south of Beirut an obscure beach at Jiyeh harbours a secret. Just offshore and channelled by a perfectly sited reef between a newly built millionaire's marina and a power station is “Mustafa's A-Frame”, Lebanon's best surfing wave. It is|
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