From the amazing musical performance in Byblos, to the protests in solidarity with Gaza and Palestine, These are the best Photos Of the Week compiled only for your eyes.

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Singaporean businessman Eric Ding Si Yang (L) arrives with his lawyer (R) at the State courts for his sentencing in Singapore. Ding was convicted of corruption for offering the services of prostitutes to three Lebanese referees in exchange for fixing football matches. (Roslan Rahman / AFP)
Singaporean businessman Eric Ding Si Yang (L) arrives with his lawyer (R) at the State courts for his sentencing in Singapore. Ding was convicted of corruption for offering the services of prostitutes to three Lebanese referees in exchange for fixing football matches. (Roslan Rahman / AFP)
Lebanese composer and singer Marcel Khalife performs during a concert with Lebanon's philharmonic orchestra at the Byblos International Festival in the ancient city of Byblos, north of Beirut. (Ratib Al Safadi / Anadolu Ajancy)
Lebanese composer and singer Marcel Khalife performs during a concert with Lebanon’s philharmonic orchestra at the Byblos International Festival in the ancient city of Byblos, north of Beirut. (Ratib Al Safadi / Anadolu Ajancy)
Greek pianist and composer Yanni performing on stage during a concert at the Byblos International Festival (BIF) in the ancient city of Byblos (Jbeil), north of Beirut, Lebanon. (WAEL HAMZEH / EPA)
Greek pianist and composer Yanni performing on stage during a concert at the Byblos International Festival (BIF) in the ancient city of Byblos (Jbeil), north of Beirut, Lebanon. (WAEL HAMZEH / EPA)
A man dressed in the colours of the American Stars and Strips flag, joins a protest near the US embassy in Awkar, on the outskirts of the Lebanese capital Beirut, on July 20, 2014, against the Israeli military offensive on the Palestinian Gaza Strip. At least 40 Palestinians were killed as Israeli forces pounded northern Gaza sending thousands fleeing in terror on day 13 of the deadliest assault on the enclave in five years. AFP PHOTO/ANWAR AMRO
A man dressed in the colours of the American Stars and Strips flag, joins a protest near the US embassy in Awkar, on the outskirts of the Lebanese capital Beirut, against the Israeli military offensive on the Palestinian Gaza Strip. (ANWAR AMRO / AFP)
Palestinian refugees in Beirut stage a protest against ongoing Israeli assaults on Gaza Strip, in Beirut, Lebanon on July 21, 2014. Bilal Jawich / Anadolu Agency
Palestinian refugees in Beirut stage a protest against ongoing Israeli assaults on Gaza Strip, in Beirut, Lebanon. (Bilal Jawich / Anadolu Ajancy)
A protester wearing a Palestinian flag throws flowers into the Mediterranean sea, while a banner with the names of 600 Palestinians killed during a demonstration against Israel's military action in Gaza, on the Mediterranean coast at Rawshe rock in Beirut. (Jamal Saidi / REUTERS)
A protester wearing a Palestinian flag throws flowers into the Mediterranean sea, while a banner with the names of 600 Palestinians killed during a demonstration against Israel’s military action in Gaza, on the Mediterranean coast at Rawshe rock in Beirut.
(Jamal Saidi / REUTERS)
A picture taken on July 20, 2014, shows the destruction at the apartment of Monzer Khaldoun al-Hassan, a dual Lebanese-Swedish national, in the northern Lebanese port city of Tripoli. The army arrested a Lebanese-Australian cleric with links to Al-Qaeda while a wanted man with Swedish nationality was killed in a police raid, security officials said. AFP PHOTO/IBRAHIM CHALHOUB (Photo credit should read IBRAHIM CHALHOUB/AFP/Getty Images)
Destruction at the apartment of Monzer Khaldoun al-Hassan, a dual Lebanese-Swedish national, in the northern Lebanese port city of Tripoli. The army arrested a Lebanese-Australian cleric with links to Al-Qaeda while a wanted man with Swedish nationality was killed in a police raid, security officials said. (IBRAHIM CHALHOUB / AFP)
Private buses pressed the public busses which their drivers are beaten up. (Marwan Tahtah / Al-akhbar)
Private buses pressed the public buses which their drivers are beaten up. (Marwan Tahtah / Al-akhbar)
Dozens of citizens raise banners in the yard of the Monastery of Saint Charbel in Aannaya, in conjunction with the liturgy headed by the Maronite Patriarch Bechara Rahi . (Almustaqbal)
Dozens of citizens raise banners in the yard of the Monastery of Saint Charbel in Aannaya, in conjunction with the liturgy headed by the Maronite Patriarch Bechara Rahi . (Almustaqbal)
Former Prime Minister Saad Hariri outlined a road map to safeguard Lebanon’s stability and protect it from the reverberations of the turmoil in Syria and Iraq, by calling for the election of a new president and the withdrawal of Hezbollah from the war in Syria, talking through a televised speech from his residence in the Saudi city of Jeddah, addressing iftars hosted by the Future Movement in Beirut and other areas.
Former Prime Minister Saad Hariri outlined a road map to safeguard Lebanon’s stability and protect it from the reverberations of the turmoil in Syria and Iraq, by calling for the election of a new president and the withdrawal of Hezbollah from the war in Syria, talking through a televised speech from his residence in the Saudi city of Jeddah, addressing iftars hosted by the Future Movement in Beirut and other areas. (Hussam Chbaro / Almustaqbal)
In the 4th round of the Asia-Oceania Ferrari challenge, Lebanese driver Tanni Hanna ended first in the “Gentlemen Cup” category,and in the “Shell” category races, he ended second in both races.
In the 4th round of the Asia-Oceania Ferrari challenge, Lebanese driver Tanni Hanna ended first in the “Gentlemen Cup” category,and in the “Shell” category races, he ended second in both races. (stringer)
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