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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Rima Nadji is a Lebanese performance artist who is revolting against the situation that Lebanese have put ourselves into. “She is protesting against the normalization of suicide bombing in Beirut". (Sandy Ch/Facebook)

Lebanon POW 9 – 15 Jan 2014

We are surely living in an extraordinary country.

I say it with pride? Well, maybe not so much, because living in an extraordinary country can be also a negative thing more than positive.

But with everything going around in Lebanon, I tried with this current Lebanese POW to make it as positive as I can, I hope I succeeded.

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Flames rise from burning cars at the site of a car bomb that targeted Beirut’s southern suburb of Haret Hreik. A large car bomb killed five people and wounded at least 20 in south Beirut. (Stringer/AFP)

Lebanon POW 2 -8 Jan 2014

There is few moments that passes in life where we just feel that we need to shed some tears, to relax, to let it all out. but with no matter how much we want to express our self, there will always something waiting for us right behind the corner, waiting for us to stop us from expressing our self.

So whenever we see someone laughing we laugh, whenever someone is crying we cry. in our own way to blend in, we let those suppressed feelings to show up.

And maybe in Lebanon, this is what we need more often, to relax, to really express what we feel, and not just hide it infront of the others.

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The sister of Ali Khadra (R), a young man that was killed by a car bomb explosion that occurred on Thursday, reacts during his funeral in Beirut’s southern suburbs .(HASAN SHAABAN/Reuters)

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Two Lebanese women wearing Santa Claus outfits and waving their national flag water ski during a show in the bay of Jounieh, Lebanon. (PATRICK BAZ/AFP)

Lebanon POW: 18-25 December

Merry Christmas everyone!

Maybe it’s a coincidence that Lebanon POW is today, to make you smile a bit .. maybe 🙂

As you will witness, this week,  less dramatic photos have appeared, and of course more festive photos are included.. HO HO HO.

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A Syrian child stands in the snow in a refugee camp in the town of Arsal in the Lebanese Bekaa valley. Thousands of Syrian refugees living in makeshift camps in Lebanon were weathered a winter storm that brought snow, rain and freezing temperatures to the country. (AFP)

Lebanon POW 12-18 Dec

Is there really something called Christmas spirit, or is it just our love for life that drive our daily lives?

In this week’s POW, the determination that Lebanese people have to overcome the obstacles they have is something amazing that not too many countries have it.

Taking a look at the amazing decoration for the holiday season in different cities and regions is something very joyful and heartwarming.

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