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)

Lebanon POW 30Jan-5Feb 2014

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.

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International POW 28Jan-3Feb

As both storms NIKA, and MAXIMUS are hitting the US coasts line and part of Europe, more photos are being taken and published online, showing marvelous views, which I selected few of them inside this week’s POW.

And in case you don’t know, the Chinese celebrated their new year, and this year is called the year of the horse, why don’t you check what is your horoscope in the Chinese zodiac by pressing here. (We are not responsible for the content of the website)

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Lebanon POW 23 – 29 Jan 2014

As the Syrian crisis gets older day by day, the relation between what is happening in Syria and i’s impact in Lebanon is getting more clear.

The fear of explosions and clashes in Beirut and other cities is spreading like fire, and the Lebanese people can only watch to what is happening without having the proper power to stand in-front of what is happening.

But maybe the only way to survive such crisis remain the search for smiles and positive moments during our daily lives.

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International POW 21 – 27 jan 2014

While protests are still on fire in Ukraine, other countries are witnessing also protests but with different intentions, from the peaceful demonstrations and all the way to the armed ones.

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Garbage piled up on the streets of the capital and other parts of the country, with waste collectors still unable to address the problem due to an ongoing sit-in by activists at the landfill in Naameh in protest of the overfilled dump. (Fadi BouKaram/Facebook)

Lebanon POW 16 – 22 January

3 main “events” can be said to be recorded in Lebanon in the previous week.

The garbage problem, the explosions and rockets from Bekaa to Beirut, and the long-awaited Special tribunal of Lebanon for all the lebanese people.

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