Majida El Roumi Live during the Batroun Festival (Virgin Ticketing Box-Office/Facebook)

Leb POW 22 -28 August 2013

Between the two explosions in Tripoli and the past one in Beirut suburbs, tears are mixed with blood and dirt. It is really a sad week in Lebanon, but all we wish is a better environment so we can all take a break from what is happening and maybe for once try to think or innovate something for a brighter future we want to reach.

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Majida El Roumi Live during the Batroun Festival (Virgin Ticketing Box-Office/Facebook)

Majida El Roumi Live during the Batroun Festival (Virgin Ticketing Box-Office/Facebook)

Ayman Moussa was crowned/chosen as Mr. Lebanon 2013. (Mr Lebanon/facebook )

Ayman Moussa was crowned/chosen as Mr. Lebanon 2013. (Mr Lebanon/facebook )

After the two bombing that occurred in Tripoli, a solidarity message went viral on social media, showing a hand carrying a paper written on it “from Dahiyeh (Beirut suburbs) here is Tripoli”, taken on the explosion site that happened in Beirut last week. (unknown)

People carry a dead body away from the destruction after explosions hit two mosques in Tripoli. (Omar Ibrahim / Reuters)

A Lebanese young woman puts on make up surrounded by vehicles that were damaged in a bombing outside Al-Taqwa mosque- Tripoli (AFP/GETTY IMAGES) – Read the hidden story behind this photo here.

A Hezbollah security woman speaks on her radio during a rally marking the seventh anniversary of the 2006 Israel-Hezbollah war, at the southern Lebanese-Israel border village of Aita, Lebanon. Sheik Hassan Nasrallah said all preliminary investigations show Takfiri groups, a term for Sunni radicals, were likely behind Thursday’s bombing in a predominantly Shiite southern suburb of Beirut that killed tens of people and wounded more than 300. (Mohammed Zaatari/AP)

Caretaker Prime Minister Najib Mikati, second left, speaks with Salafist Sheikh Salem al-Rafei, as he arrives to check on him at Rafei’s house in Ras Masqa. (Antoine Amrieh/The Daily Star)

«To put you in the picture, before we all be a part of the picture», a sentence that spread heavily on “Facebook” and “twitter” in Lebanon, in a campaign entitled “to put you in the picture”, an initiative launched by the “International Committee of the Red Cross”, to celebrate the International Day of the Disappeared, which falls in August 30. (assafir)

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