There is a lot of photos inside this post which you might wish if you were there at that particular moment, but the one thing for sure, is that you shouldn’t be at the location where the last photo was taken.
It takes a strong person to be moving around that scene.
Models take part in the “Miss Bikini” event, part of “World Next Top Model 2014”, at the Publicity beach resort in the Lebanese coastal city of Byblos. (ANWAR AMRO / AFP)
A scout inspects a spider web in Jezzin, south Lebanon. (Ali Hashisho / REUTERS)
Lebanese women dressed in military fatigue and their faces painted with the colours of their national flag hold a sit in at Martyrs square in downtown Beirut, in support of the Lebanese army, as the army continues to monitor the volatile border region with Syria following clashes with jihadists in early August near the eastern town of Arsal. (ANWAR AMRO / AFP , Getty Images)
Iraqi Christians, fled from Iraq due to the Islamic State, receive aid showing their passports during an organization held by Chaldean Catholic Church in Beirut. (Ratib Al Safadi / Anadolu Agency)
Farmer Saddam Qadoura has found a giant pumpkin weighing around 53 kilos while he was harvesting crops in the area of Sahel Raas al-Ain –Al Rashidyah in the Lebanese southern region of Tyre. Qadoura said he did not use any kind of fertilizers, adding that this fruit normally weighs between 10 and 15 kilos.
A giant dead turtle was found at the public beach of Saida, rescue teams came and move it to a safe place in order to know what really happened. (aljoumhouria)
The “Miss Lebanon” Committee announced that Leah Saad, Lebanese living in the United Arab Emirates (age 18, Heights 173) has been elected as Miss Alienation in a ceremony held at the Casino du Liban, the First runner-up Lorena Shiban from Mexico, and second runner-up Maribel Younis from Venezuela. (NNA)
A man wearing the famous Vendetta mask protesting along the Union Coordination Committee near the Parliament carrying a sign “With the UCC against the Thieves’ committees”. (Marwan bou Haidar / Al-akhbar)
Part-time employees of Electricte du Liban (EDL), Lebanon’s government owned electricity provider, burn tires to block the highway outside EDL’s headquarters to demand they be permanently hired and become full time workers. (Haitham Moussawi / Al-Akhbar)
A man carrying a stack of Lebanese currency. The picture is most probably taken from inside the lebanese central bank. (Joseph Barrak / Aljoumhouria)