Who is still watching Tele-Liban, the official and national tv station in Lebanon?
Ahhh yes, that TV station is still on and guess what? It had a makeover, and you will see it starting from February 17 wearing RED instead of Blue! Check out the new logo and news room below.
Valentine’s lingerie is displayed at a shop in the Beirut Christian southern suburb of Ain al-Rummaneh, ahead of Valentines Day on February 14. (JOSEPH EID/AFP)
Lebanese participants ride bicycles at downtown Beirut, Lebanon. More than 250 participants rode their bicycles for a 16 km Night Ride through the streets of Beirut to support the cycle against Food Poverty in Lebanon organized by ‘Food Blessed Association”. (Wael Hamzeh/EFE/EPA)
Lebanese civilian defense members and policemen inspect the site of a car bomb explosion inside Al-Aytam (orphan) petrol station in the eastern Lebanon’s town of Hermel, near the Lebanese Syrian border, at least four people were killed and 18 wounded. (EFE/EPA/STR)
Cakes covered with shattered glass from the Hermel explosion (Hasan Shaaban)
Lebanese emergency personnel inspect the wreckage of a minibus at the site of an explosion in Choueifat, south of the capital Beirut. A suicide bomber detonated an explosive belt inside the minibus, wounding two people. Choueifat lies south of Beirut, not far from the suburbs of the city, which have been targeted in multiple bomb attacks in recent months. (AFP/STR)
Lebanon’s official television station Tele-Liban gets glossy hi-tech overhaul, the new set and design will be first used on air on 17 February. (Abbas Salman/Assafir)
More than 20 Lebanese artists joined forces on stage for the “One Lebanon – United for Tomorrow” concert in Beirut. The new movement is designed to inspire a sense of national unity, in a country still haunted by decades of civil war. (Bilal Jawich/Anadolu Ajansi)
Professor of chemical physics and environmental engineering, Dr. Jamil Rima, left, shows the end product of his invention in Ashrafieh, turning garbage into carbon coal fuel in just 15 minutes.(Mahmoud Kheir/The Daily Star)
A photo depicting March 14 general-secretariat coordinator Fares Souaid on board a pickup truck, has gone viral on social media websites. The photo of Former MP Souaid comes in line with the security measures undertaken by the March 14 forces following the latest explosions. (Facebook)
This roughly translates to: “passengers are kindly requested to open their jackets before boarding” This comes a day after a suicide bomber detonated his explosive vest on a van in Choueifat, south-east of Beirut, killing himself and wounding the driver and a passenger. (Facebook)