From the happy moments of the returning security forces members home and reuniting with their parents, to the ongoing political battles.

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Lebanese activists chant slogans against the Lebanese parliament's members who are planning on extending their term once again, during a demonstration near the parliament in Beirut. The placard reads: "Go Home. No to extension." (Jamal Saidi / REUTERS)
Lebanese activists chant slogans against the Lebanese parliament’s members who are planning on extending their term once again, during a demonstration near the parliament in Beirut. The placard reads: “Go Home. No to extension.” (Jamal Saidi / REUTERS)
Lebanese army soldiers gesture while riding on an armoured vehicle as they exit the Sunni Muslim border town of Arsal, in eastern Bekaa Valley. Gunmen killed at least one Lebanese soldier on Thursday when they attacked an army post at the border with Syria on Thursday near a town seized by Islamist insurgents earlier this month, a security source said. (Ahmad Shalha / REUTERS)
Lebanese army soldiers gesture while riding on an armoured vehicle as they exit the Sunni Muslim border town of Arsal, in eastern Bekaa Valley. Gunmen killed at least one Lebanese soldier on Thursday when they attacked an army post at the border with Syria on Thursday near a town seized by Islamist insurgents earlier this month, a security source said. (Ahmad Shalha / REUTERS)
Baby sea turtles crawl to the sea after being released by members of Orange House conservation project in El-Mansouri near Tyre, south Lebanon. The Orange House conservation project works toward the protection and conservation of seat turtles in South Lebanon. (Ali Hashisho / REUTERS)
Baby sea turtles crawl to the sea after being released by members of Orange House conservation project in El-Mansouri near Tyre, south Lebanon. The Orange House conservation project works toward the protection and conservation of seat turtles in South Lebanon. (Ali Hashisho / REUTERS)
Toufic Mousali, a Lebanese Catholic fighter, rests at a lookout point on the outskirts of Arsal. Mousali, a retired soldier and father of three children, guards his village at night. Lebanese Christian fighters from three Christian villages that surround Arsal have been training for about three years and guarding their villages for the past year fearing a violent spillover from nearby Arsal, which is controlled by Islamic militias, according to the fighters. (Alia Haju / REUTERS)
Toufic Mousali, a Lebanese Catholic fighter, rests at a lookout point on the outskirts of Arsal. Mousali, a retired soldier and father of three children, guards his village at night. Lebanese Christian fighters from three Christian villages that surround Arsal have been training for about three years and guarding their villages for the past year fearing a violent spillover from nearby Arsal, which is controlled by Islamic militias, according to the fighters. (Alia Haju / REUTERS)
Unidentified gunmen celebrate during the arrival of Lebanese Army soldier Ibrahim Moustafa Shaaban, who was captured by Islamist militants in Arsal, upon his arrival in Al-Mohamara village after his release, in Akkar.(REUTERS / Stringer)
Unidentified gunmen celebrate during the arrival of Lebanese Army soldier Ibrahim Moustafa Shaaban, who was captured by Islamist militants in Arsal, upon his arrival in Al-Mohamara village after his release, in Akkar.(REUTERS / Stringer)
Relatives of Lebanese soldiers, who were captured by Islamist militants in Arsal, take part in a protest demanding the release of the remaining soldiers, pressuring the government to act, as they blocked a main road linking Tripoli to Halba. (REUTERS)
Relatives of Lebanese soldiers, who were captured by Islamist militants in Arsal, take part in a protest demanding the release of the remaining soldiers, pressuring the government to act, as they blocked a main road linking Tripoli to Halba. (REUTERS)
Lebanese Internal Security Forces (ISF) Corporal Saleh Baradiy, who was captured by Islamist militants in Arsal, reacts while carrying his child after his release, in Baalbek. (Ahmad Shalha / REUTERS)
Lebanese Internal Security Forces (ISF) Corporal Saleh Baradiy, who was captured by Islamist militants in Arsal, reacts while carrying his child after his release, in Baalbek. (Ahmad Shalha / REUTERS)
The freed Lebanese soldier Wael Darwish from Chehim, reunited with his father for the first time after being held in captivity by Syrian militants earlier this month in Arsal. (Richard Sammour / Aljoumhouria)
The freed Lebanese soldier Wael Darwish from Chehim, reunited with his father for the first time after being held in captivity by Syrian militants earlier this month in Arsal. (Richard Sammour / Aljoumhouria)
Relatives and soldiers from the Lebanese army react as they carry the coffin of Lebanese soldier Ali al-Sayyed, who was beheaded by Islamic State militants in Arsal, during his funeral in Qalamoun, in Akkar. Islamic State militants beheaded al-Sayyed, a Lebanese soldier who was one of 19 captured by hardline Syrian Islamists when they seized a Lebanese border town for a few days this month, a video posted on social media showed on Saturday. (Omar Ibrahim / REUTERS)
Relatives and soldiers from the Lebanese army react as they carry the coffin of Lebanese soldier Ali al-Sayyed, who was beheaded by Islamic State militants in Arsal, during his funeral in Qalamoun, north Lebanon. Islamic State militants beheaded al-Sayyed, a Lebanese soldier who was one of 19 captured by hardline Syrian Islamists when they seized a Lebanese border town for a few days this month, a video posted on social media showed on Saturday. (Omar Ibrahim / REUTERS)
Lebanese activists burn an adapted imitation of an Islamist flag reading in Arabic "We are coming to burn you" during a protest in front of the justice ministry in Beirut. This comes after Justice minister Ashraf Rifi asked the state prosecutor to pursue unidentified individuals who burned the ISIS flag in Ashrafieh few weeks ago. (Haitham Moussawi / Al-Akhbar)
Lebanese activists burn an adapted imitation of an Islamist flag reading in Arabic “We are coming to burn you” during a protest in front of the justice ministry in Beirut. This comes after Justice minister Ashraf Rifi asked the state prosecutor to pursue unidentified individuals who burned the ISIS flag in Ashrafieh few weeks ago. (Haitham Moussawi / Al-Akhbar)
Dar Al Fatwa foundation distributes humanitarian aid to Iraqi Christians who have fled their homes due to assaults of army groups led by Islamic State (IS). (Ratib Al Safadi / Anadolu Agency)
Dar Al Fatwa foundation distributes humanitarian aid to Iraqi Christians who have fled their homes due to assaults of army groups led by Islamic State (IS). (Ratib Al Safadi / Anadolu Agency)
A Lebanese Army soldier inspects a weapon donated by the U.S. government to the Lebanese army during a ceremony at Beirut international airport. (Mohamed Azakir / REUTERS)
A Lebanese Army soldier inspects a weapon donated by the U.S. government to the Lebanese army during a ceremony at Raffic Hariri international airport. (Mohamed Azakir / REUTERS)
Syrian women work in a tomato field in Marjaoun village near the Israeli border in south Lebanon. (Jamal Saidi / REUTERS)
Syrian women work in a tomato field in Marjaoun village near the Israeli border in south Lebanon. Three million Syrian refugees will have registered in neighbouring countries as of Friday, but many remain trapped by the advance of Islamist militants or are having difficulty in reaching open border crossings, the United Nations said. (Jamal Saidi / REUTERS)
Having fun in the sun (Hasan Shaaban)
Having fun in the sun (Hasan Shaaban)
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