Sometimes I wonder if there’s something wrong with me. Perhaps I’ve spent too long in the company of my literary romantic heroes, and consequently my ideals and expectations are far too high. – Fifty Shades of Grey.

Supporters of the Lebanese communist party marching towards the government palace square in Beirut, demanding for a new election proportion law. (NABIL MOUNZER / EPA)

Supporters of the Lebanese communist party marching towards the government palace square in Beirut, demanding for a new election proportion law. (NABIL MOUNZER / EPA)

Walid Joumblatt walks with his dog Oscar at his house in Beirut's Clemenceau street. (JOSEPH EID / AFP)

Walid Joumblatt walks with his dog Oscar at his house in Beirut’s Clemenceau street. (JOSEPH EID / AFP)

A bike-sharing station seen in downtown Beirut, Lebanon. (WAEL HAMZEH /EPA)

A bike-sharing station seen in downtown Beirut, Lebanon. (WAEL HAMZEH /EPA)

Iraqi Christian refugees, prepare their luggage ahead of their travel to the United States at their temporary home in Beirut. (Mohamed Azakir / REUTERS)

Iraqi Christian refugees, prepare their luggage ahead of their travel to the United States at their temporary home in Beirut. (Mohamed Azakir / REUTERS)

Illuminated signs of Valentine's Day decorate a shopping district in downtown Beirut, Lebanon. (WAEL HAMZEH / EPA)

Illuminated signs of Valentine’s Day decorate a shopping district in downtown Beirut, Lebanon. (WAEL HAMZEH / EPA)

President Michel Aoun presents an honorary award to Lebanese artist Elie Choueiry at the presidential palace in Baabda. (Dalati Nohra)

President Michel Aoun presents an honorary award to Lebanese artist Elie Choueiry at the presidential palace in Baabda. (Dalati Nohra)

Syrian refugees take a pictures as they gather on the shores of the town of Dbayeh north of Beirut. (PATRICK BAZ / AFP)

Syrian refugees take a pictures as they gather on the shores of the town of Dbayeh north of Beirut. (PATRICK BAZ / AFP)

Banners depicting Late prime minister Rafic Hariri and proclaiming “Raffic, till the end of the road”, in Beirut. (Nabil Ismail)

Banners depicting Late prime minister Rafic Hariri and proclaiming “Raffic, till the end of the road”, in Beirut. (Nabil Ismail)

The sun breaks through dark clouds and highlights downtown Beirut. (Hassan Ammar / AP)

The sun breaks through dark clouds and highlights downtown Beirut. (Hassan Ammar / AP)

Syrian musician Kinan Azmeh plays the clarinet at the AUB in Lebanon. (Mohamed Azakir / REUTERS)

Syrian musician Kinan Azmeh plays the clarinet at the AUB in Lebanon. (Mohamed Azakir / REUTERS)

A sunfish or Mola mola, weighing more than a ton, was caught off the coast of Tripoli, and cut down and sold, meanwhile they are not edible.

A sunfish or Mola mola, weighing more than a ton, was caught off the coast of Tripoli, and cut down and sold, meanwhile they are not edible.

Samir Geagea enjoying some sweets and a cup of tea as a guest in “Caracalla tent” after watching “Sailing the Silk Road” in Forum be beyrouth . (Nabil Ismail)

Samir Geagea enjoying some sweets and a cup of tea as a guest in “Caracalla tent” after watching
“Sailing the Silk Road” in Forum be beyrouth . (Nabil Ismail)

 

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