Lebanon POW: 3 – 9 July

With a special mix of the holy month of Ramadan and the world cup, in addition to a flavor of traditional local news, These are the best selected weekly photos for you.

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Lebanon POW 1-7 May

Is Sethrida Geagea stealing the lights of the presidential elections? or is she is just doing it to Lebanese POW post?

On both sides, she has her touch on the political scene, from a certain angle, that no one can deny.

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Lebanon POW: 10-16 April

It’s funny to notice that in Lebanon, everything is almost controlled by someone/something.

It’s funny to see that clashes in Tripoli, miraculously ended.

It’s funny to hear that there is no more political tensions between different parties.

And the funniest thing, is that Lebanese people, really think, that the civil war has ended.

But the questions remains, how did it end? how did start? who lost? who won?

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Lebanon POW 20-26 Feb 2014

In this week of Local Pow, we will start with a photo that was published by a local newspaper but unfortunately without mentioning the name of the Lebanese photographer who took it, Bilal Jawich.

We have also included the new Dar Al-aytam logo, and the Google doodle about ShouShou.

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Lebanon’s online community has taken to social media platforms including Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to express support for 22-year-old Lebanese Olympic skier Jackie Chamoun. The athlete was criticized by Lebanese politicians and in local media, after topless photos taken during a photo shoot for a calendar three years ago began circulating. (I Am Not Naked)

Lebanon POW 6-12 Feb 2014

This week in Lebanon can be summarized in the reaction that can be seen all over the news and social media websites on the Jackie Chamoun case, where someone dug up an old video of Jackie semi-naked for a photo-shot taken 3 years ago.

So as a reaction, some of the people supporting this case started to get naked and publish their photos online, and so did some Lebanese companies such as Al-rifaii and Almaza.

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