Maybe the first thing we can remember happening in Lebanon is the flooding that is happening in several cities around lebanon, along with was is being described as a first timer for the security forces to enter beirut southern suburbs (Dahiyeh) to stop self security that were held by members of Hezbollah.
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or follow me on twitter [twitter-follow screen_name=’ghazayel’] “LIKE” on facebook Salafi supporters gather in Martyrs’ Square in Beirut in support of imprisoned activist Layal Kababji. (Marwan Tahtah/Al-akhbar) In front of As-salam mosque in Tripoli- Lebanon, several organisations made the symbol of peace with their bodies on the occasion of world peace day. (Omar Ibrahim/Assafir) United States Secretary of State John Kerry yawns as U.S. President Barack Obama and President Michel Suleiman of Lebanon meet after Obama addressed the 68th United Nations General Assembly in New York. (Allan Tannenbaum /CNP) A number of family members of the lebanese kidnapped in Azaz sit in front of the Turkish Embassy in Rabieh, while Hayat AWALI, hold in her hands a lighter and a bottle of combustion fuel. (Hussein Baydoun/Aljadeed) Almost 1100 members of the security forces were being deployed in Beirut southern suburbs (dahiyeh) instead to the checkpoints that were spread by Hezbollah following the explosion of Ruwais. (Marwan Tahtah/Al-akhbar) US First Lady First Lady Michelle Obama Lebanon’s First Lady, Mrs. Wafaa Solaiman during a United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) First Ladies event at The Studio Museum in Harlem in New York. The museum is an internationally recognized venue for modern and contemporary art and a source of programs and services for the Harlem community. (YANA PASKOVA/AFP) A dozen of surfers, including a Lebanese, participated in the “Surfing for Peace” day on the Saint-Martin canal in Paris to celebrate “International Peace Day”. (Blogbaladi / rue89) United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL) marks the 32nd International Day of Peace with a ceremony at its headquarters in Naquora, south Lebanon. (UN Photo/UNIFIL) A man sitting above his car, in what it seems trying to reach someone over the phone, while his car is submerged with water after heavy rainfall took him and citizens by surprise, inundating streets and causing flooding, (Firas Dabbagh/Facebook) Minister of Energy and Water Gebran Basil in front of two newly installed “smart enumerators” during his tour between Bsalim and Hazmieh station. (Mustafa Jamal al-Din/Assafir) The new 10.000 L.L. bill (Twitter)