If you have only one smile in you, give it to the people you love. Don’t be surly at home, then go out in the street and start grinning ‘Good morning’ at total strangers. – Maya Angelou

A Syrian man smiles for the camera after receiving clothes as part of a shipment of angora products donated by Inditex. (IBRAHIM CHALHOUB / AFP)
A Syrian man smiles for the camera after receiving clothes as part of a shipment of angora products donated by Inditex. (IBRAHIM CHALHOUB / AFP).
A Syrian refugee woman does her family's laundry in front of a tent at the Bednayel refugee camp, near Baalbek, East of Lebanon. (NABIL MOUNZER / EPA)
A Syrian refugee woman does her family’s laundry in front of a tent at the Bednayel refugee camp, near Baalbek, East of Lebanon. (NABIL MOUNZER / EPA)
Bolivian authorities guard 27 tons of ground coca leaves destined for Lebanon disguised as Hierba Mate infusion tea bags, allegedly enough coca leaves to produce up to 90 million US dollars worth of cocaine, in Santa Cruz, Bolivia. (EPA / STRINGER)
Bolivian authorities guard 27 tons of ground coca leaves destined for Lebanon disguised as Hierba Mate infusion tea bags, allegedly enough coca leaves to produce up to 90 million US dollars worth of cocaine, in Santa Cruz, Bolivia. (EPA / STRINGER)
Assyrian Christians, who had fled the unrest in Syria and Iraq, attend a mass with Lebanese Christians at the Saint Georges Assyrian Church in Jdeideh. Lebanon made an exception to its border restrictions on Syrian refugees on March 3, to allow in some 20 Assyrian Christians fleeing the Islamic State group. (AFP)
Assyrian Christians, who had fled the unrest in Syria and Iraq, attend a mass with Lebanese Christians at the Saint Georges Assyrian Church in Jdeideh. Lebanon made an exception to its border restrictions on Syrian refugees on March 3, to allow in some 20 Assyrian Christians fleeing the Islamic State group. (AFP)
A bronze memorial statue of Assasinated Prime Minister Raffic Hariri stands to the left of the St Georges hotel in Beirut, Lebanon. (Marwan Tahtah / Al-akhbar)
A bronze memorial statue of Assasinated Prime Minister Raffic Hariri stands to the left of the St Georges hotel in Beirut, Lebanon. (Marwan Tahtah / Al-akhbar)
The relative of one of the kidnapped Lebanese soldiers talks on her cellphone outside a tent in Beirut’s downtown. (Ibrahim Bikal / Almustaqbal)
The relative of one of the kidnapped Lebanese soldiers talks on her cellphone outside a tent in Beirut’s downtown. (Ibrahim Bikal / Almustaqbal)
Palestinian refugees stage a protest after Egyptian court declares Hamas a 'terrorist' group, at Egyptian Embassy in Beirut. (Bilal Jawich / Anadolu Agency)
Palestinian refugees stage a protest after Egyptian court declares Hamas a ‘terrorist’ group, at Egyptian Embassy in Beirut. (Bilal Jawich / Anadolu Agency)
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