If you want to be happy, do not dwell in the past, do not worry about the future, focus on living fully in the present. – Roy T. Bennett

An employee walks on newspapers after protesters attacked the office of Saudi-owned newspaper Asharq al-Awsat in Beirut. (Mohamed Azakir / REUTERS)
An employee walks on newspapers after protesters attacked the office of Saudi-owned newspaper Asharq al-Awsat in Beirut. (Mohamed Azakir / REUTERS)
Security staff members stand guard at the entrance of the offices of Saudi-owned Al-Arabiya news channel, after they were shut down in a new sign of tensions between the kingdom and the Iran-backed Hezbollah movement. (ANWAR AMRO / AFP)
Security staff members stand guard at the entrance of the offices of Saudi-owned Al-Arabiya news channel, after they were shut down in a new sign of tensions between the kingdom and the Iran-backed Hezbollah movement. (ANWAR AMRO / AFP)
A billboard with Al-Manar, the official TV station of the militant Lebanese Hezbollah party, and Arabic that reads,"Al-Manar, a flame that will not be put out," hangs on a highway, in Beirut. A regional satellite provider cut the broadcast for Hezbollah’s TV station in its native Lebanon in the latest reflection of growing tensions between the Iranian-backed group and Sunni Arab countries in the region. (Hussein Malla / AP)
A billboard with Al-Manar, the official TV station of the militant Lebanese Hezbollah party, and Arabic that reads,”Al-Manar, a flame that will not be put out,” hangs on a highway, in Beirut. A regional satellite provider cut the broadcast for Hezbollah’s TV station in its native Lebanon in the latest reflection of growing tensions between the Iranian-backed group and Sunni Arab countries in the region. (Hussein Malla / AP)
Relatives and members of Hezbollah carry the coffin of militant Ali Taha, who was killed in combat alongside Syrian government forces in Syria, during his funeral procession in a southern suburb of the capital Beirut. (AFP / STR)
Relatives and members of Hezbollah carry the coffin of militant Ali Taha, who was killed in combat alongside Syrian government forces in Syria, during his funeral procession in a southern suburb of the capital Beirut. (AFP / STR)
Spectators watch a horse race at the Beirut horse racetrack. (Hassan Ammar / AP).
Spectators watch a horse race at the Beirut horse racetrack. (Hassan Ammar / AP).
A flowers exhibition in the entrance of Byblos (Jbeil). Byblos hosts the annual spring flowers exhibition event.(WAEL HAMZEH / EPA)
A flowers exhibition in the entrance of Byblos (Jbeil). Byblos hosts the annual spring flowers exhibition event.(WAEL HAMZEH / EPA)
Students from the American Univeristy of Beirut (AUB) put some flowers beside the phtoo of the Iraqi-born British architect Zaha Hadid, that was raisen previously at the Al-Manara corniche in Beirut. (Nabil Ismail)
Students from the American Univeristy of Beirut (AUB) put some flowers beside the phtoo of the Iraqi-born British architect Zaha Hadid, that was raisen previously at the Al-Manara corniche in Beirut. (Nabil Ismail)
A man draws a sketch of Lebanese Yann Traboulsi walking on a tightrope over the valley of Afqa, northeast of the capital Beirut. (Patrick BAZ / AFP)
A man draws a sketch of Lebanese Yann Traboulsi walking on a tightrope over the valley of Afqa, northeast of the capital Beirut. (Patrick BAZ / AFP)
A musician playing on his oud at the corniche walk in Beirut while a group of ladies jogging infront of him. (George farah / Almustaqbal)
A musician playing on his oud at the corniche walk in Beirut while a group of ladies jogging infront of him. (George farah / Almustaqbal)
Trucks wait to unload garbage inside the Naameh landfill, south of Beirut. (Issam Abdallah / REUTERS)
Trucks wait to unload garbage inside the Naameh landfill, south of Beirut. (Issam Abdallah / REUTERS)
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