Lebanon POW: 9 – 15 April

And when there is the possibility of peace, a new fight erupts, based on an old complaint, and which some people call justice and others madness. – Nuruddin Farah

Boys do homework at a UNHCR's camp for Syrian refugees in south Lebanon. (MAHMOUD ZAYYAT / AFP)

Boys do homework at a UNHCR’s camp for Syrian refugees in south Lebanon. (MAHMOUD ZAYYAT / AFP)

Lebanese religious representatives gather during an event to mark the 40th anniversary of Lebanon's civil war (1975-1990) in front of Beirut's national museum which is situated on Beirut's former green-line. The event is organized by Joy of Giving association. The arabic on the poster reads, "Bring back Lebanon's colors". (Jamal Saidi / REUTERS)

Lebanese religious representatives gather during an event to mark the 40th anniversary of Lebanon’s civil war (1975-1990) in front of Beirut’s national museum which is situated on Beirut’s former green-line. The event is organized by Joy of Giving association. The arabic on the poster reads, “Bring back Lebanon’s colors”. (Jamal Saidi / REUTERS)

Participants take part in "Bike for Peace" event, which started from Beirut's national museum situated on Beirut's former green-line. The event is organized by Logos Association, a non-profit Organisation, to mark the 40th anniversary of Lebanon's civil war (1975-1990). (Jamal Saidi / REUTERS)

Participants take part in “Bike for Peace” event, which started from Beirut’s national museum situated on Beirut’s former green-line. The event is organized by Logos Association, a non-profit Organisation, to mark the 40th anniversary of Lebanon’s civil war (1975-1990). (Jamal Saidi / REUTERS)

Lebanese students get doused with colors during a event to mark the 40th anniversary of Lebanon's civil war (1975-1990) along a street of Beirut's former green-line. (Jamal Saidi / REUTERS)

Lebanese students get doused with colors during a event to mark the 40th anniversary of Lebanon’s civil war (1975-1990) along a street of Beirut’s former green-line. (Jamal Saidi / REUTERS)

Lebanese students write on a wall during an event to mark the 40th anniversary of Lebanon's civil war (1975-1990) along a street of Beirut's former green-line. The students wrote on the walls slogans expressing their wishes for a bright future in Lebanon away from the tragedies of the civil-war. the arabic on the wall reads, "Before I die, I want Lebanon". (Jamal Saidi / REUTERS)

Lebanese students write on a wall during an event to mark the 40th anniversary of Lebanon’s civil war (1975-1990) along a street of Beirut’s former green-line. The students wrote on the walls slogans expressing their wishes for a bright future in Lebanon away from the tragedies of the civil-war. the arabic on the wall reads, “Before I die, I want Lebanon”. (Jamal Saidi / REUTERS)

Palestinian refugees, including some who fled from Yarmouk camp in Damascus, chant slogans as they hold an Arabic placard that reads "Yarmouk camp, steadfast camp, we do not want aid, we need you to stop the barrel bombs," to show their solidarity with thousands of besieged Palestinians in Yarmouk which was overrun by Islamic State militants last week, during a demonstration in the Ein el-Hilweh camp near the southern city of Sidon. (Mohammed Zaatari / AP)

Palestinian refugees, including some who fled from Yarmouk camp in Damascus, chant slogans as they hold an Arabic placard that reads “Yarmouk camp, steadfast camp, we do not want aid, we need you to stop the barrel bombs,” to show their solidarity with thousands of besieged Palestinians in Yarmouk which was overrun by Islamic State militants last week, during a demonstration in the Ein el-Hilweh camp near the southern city of Sidon. (Mohammed Zaatari / AP)

Beirut metropolitan orthodox archbishop Elias Audi heading prayers during Good Friday inside the St George cathedral in Downtown Beirut. (Marwan Assaf)

Beirut metropolitan orthodox archbishop Elias Audi heading prayers during Good Friday inside the St George cathedral in Downtown Beirut. (Marwan Assaf)

Lebanese Christian priests distribute painted eggs to celebrate Greek Orthodox Easter after an Easter service at St. George church in central Beirut. (Jamal Saidi / REUTERS)

Lebanese Christian priests distribute painted eggs to celebrate Greek Orthodox Easter after an Easter service at St. George church in central Beirut. (Jamal Saidi / REUTERS)

Lebanese actor Issam Breidy was laid to rest Tuesday in his Mount Lebanon hometown as relatives and colleagues bid farewell to the multitalented star who was killed in a tragic car crash over the weekend. Actors, journalists, officials and residents of Faitroun flocked to the St. Georges Pastoral Church to pay their respects to Breidy (George Farah / Almustaqbal)

Lebanese actor Issam Breidy was laid to rest Tuesday in his Mount Lebanon hometown as relatives and colleagues bid farewell to the multitalented star who was killed in a tragic car crash over the weekend. Actors, journalists, officials and residents of Faitroun flocked to the St. Georges Pastoral Church to pay their respects to Breidy (George Farah / Almustaqbal)

Christian and Muslim clerics gather at Martyrs’ square in downtown Beirut, on the eve of the 40th anniversary of the beginning of Lebanon's civil war. (ANWAR AMRO / AFP)

Christian and Muslim clerics gather at Martyrs’ square in downtown Beirut, on the eve of the 40th anniversary of the beginning of Lebanon’s civil war. (ANWAR AMRO / AFP)

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