Lebanon POW 24 – 30 Oct

In latest numbers coming from Lebanon, there is almost 25.000 registered organisations supposedly working for a better human being and reaching a better way of living.

On the other hand of how, maybe, amazing this figure might look, the never ending scenes coming from different places, Tripoli for example, show us that there is something wrong going on, that the community should pay attention and try to figure out the real reason behind the deteriorate quality of life for all lebanese.

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Lebanese jewelers Mouawad unveiled a $10 million bra made from diamonds and precious stones for Victoria’s Secret. ( The daily star / Havas Worldwide Dubai)

Lebanese jewelers Mouawad unveiled a $10 million bra made from diamonds and precious stones for Victoria’s Secret. ( The daily star / Havas Worldwide Dubai)

A Lebanese army soldier stands near a tank in the northern Lebanese city of Tripoli as army deployed following a week of clashes between supporters and opponents of Syria’s regime. (Ibrahim Chalhoub/AP)

Contestant of the Miss Universe 2013 beauty pageant, Miss Lebanon 2013 Karen Ghrawi displays a creation by Lebanese designer Tony Ward during the Russian Fashion Week in Moscow. The Fashion Week takes place from October 25 to October 31. (VASILY MAXIMOV/AFP)

A man holds a sign reading “Liberate Georges Abdallah” as he takes part in a protest calling for the liberation of Lebanese activist Georges Ibrahim Abdallah, “oldest political prisoner in Europe” in front of the French prison where he is being held in Lannemezan, southwestern France. (LAURENT DARD/AFP)

Lebanese and French war veterans, diplomats and officials stand at the site of the bomb attack against the Drakkar building in Lebanon during a ceremony marking its 30th anniversary in Beirut. Fifty-eight French paratroopers from the Multinational Force (MNF) in Lebanon were killed in the attack which took place during Lebanon’s civil war. (ANWAR AMRO/AFP)

Mike Haddad crossed a grueling 60,000 steps on his crutches, this 75% paralyzed determined man ensured that the 19 kilometer stretch he hiked will be planted with Lebanese cedar trees, reconnecting two forests that were once one. (Charbel Bouez / Blogbaladi)

Eva Ghazal was reportedly kidnapped by people who had financial issues with her father, but the kidnappers surprised Eva’s parents by informing them that their daughter has become married to their relative. (LBCI)

The late lebanese artistic icon Wadih l safi, who passed away few days ago, decorating the street of Tabaris, Beirut. A painting done by “Ashekman”. ( via Ginosblog)

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has designated Zahle, Lebanon as new member of its network of “creative hubs” promoting socio-economic and cultural development worldwide through creative industries. (Houssam Lababidi/UN)

The first lebanese child (Ghaddi 26-day-old) of the first civilly married couple, Nidal and Khouloud Darwish and  in Lebanon was born last month. (Bilal Hussein/AP)

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