This week, we got a feeling that there weren’t any major things happening in Lebanon, so it was a bit hard to meet the standards that you reading are accustomed to.
Nevertheless We didn’t just stop in a certain point, we kept on searching here and there to bring the news related photos directly in front of you .. here in POW :).
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A newborn baby girl was found inside a waste container in Baalbek, she has been transferred to the government hospital for treatment. (Aljoumhouria)
Inside the memorial exhibition, which opened it’s door on the anniversary of the assassination of journalist Gebran Tueni in front of Annahar’s newspaper building in downtown Beirut (Sami Ayyad/Annahar)
Mohammad Imran displaying this latest master piece of Dome of the Rock that took him 45 days to do it inside the Ain al-Hilweh palestinian refugee camp. (Raafat Naim/Almustaqbal)
Caretaker Prime Minister Najib Mikati celebrates International Day of Peace with Lebanese singer Gabriel Abdel-Nour and a group of children at the Grand Serail in Beirut. (The Daily Star/Dalati&Nohra, HO)
Photo taken at the end of the restoration process of the murals in the church Bahdidat – Jbeil , and the minister of culture Gabi Lyon announce the discovery of remains of a church in downtown Beirut. (Annahar)
The Lebanese Fencing team won one Gold and two Bronze medals at the West Asian Fencing Championship which were held in Amman. Rita Abou Jaoude won two medals and the Lebanese team (Antoine Choueiri, Rami Baydoun, Rami Gharra, Arz Zahreddine) won a bronze. (BlogBaladi/USJ/Almustaqbal)
Al-Akhbar newspaper publishes an apology regarding mentioning another photographer, Haytham AlMousawi, instead of the name of the original photographer Hanni Naiim a.k.a. Hannibal. The picture was displayed on it’s first page. (Al-akhbar)
A Palestinian woman carries a portrait of her relatives who were killed during the Sabra and Shatila massacre, during a march to mark the 31st anniversary of the massacre. (Sharif Karim/REUTERS)
Lebanese leftists chant slogans during a sit-in calling for the release of five Cubans held in U.S. prisons, marking the 15th anniversary of their arrest in Florida in 1998, near the U.S Embassy in Awkar, east of Beirut. (Nariman El-Mofty/AP)
Lebanon’s Hezbollah members carry the coffin of their comrade Ali Hussein Khalil, who was killed in Syria, during his funeral in al-Mansouri town, in southern Lebanon. (Haidar Hawila/REUTERS)
A handicapped Syrian refugee begs with her relative in a street in Beirut. Some seven million people are in urgent need of humanitarian aid due to the conflict in Syria, a UN top official said, saying $4.4 billion (3.3 billion euros) is needed this year. (JOSEPH EID/AFP)