When I was a child, I spoke as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child; but when I became a man, I put away childish things. – The New Testament of the Bible.

A man swims with a calf in Saida. (Ali Hashisho / REUTERS)
A man swims with a calf in Saida. (Ali Hashisho / REUTERS)
Lebanese women flash the palm of their hands colored in red as they demonstrate against prostitution, sex slavery and violence against women in front of the Justice Palace in the capital Beirut. (PATRICK BAZ / AFP)
Lebanese women flash the palm of their hands colored in red as they demonstrate against prostitution, sex slavery and violence against women in front of the Justice Palace in the capital Beirut. (PATRICK BAZ / AFP)
A visitor of checks out petal of flowers at what has been said the first ever official Lebanese flower market in Beirut Souk. it aims to support local farmers coming from different regions in Lebanon. (Abbas Salman)
A visitor of checks out petal of flowers at what has been said the first ever official Lebanese flower market in Beirut Souk. it aims to support local farmers coming from different regions in Lebanon. (Abbas Salman)
Palestinian Ahmed Issawi, 20, a cyclist living in Lebanon, jumps over four young people as he performs a stunt on the Mediterranean Sea waterfront promenade in Beirut. (Bilal Hussein / AP)
Palestinian Ahmed Issawi, 20, a cyclist living in Lebanon, jumps over four young people as he performs a stunt on the Mediterranean Sea waterfront promenade in Beirut. (Bilal Hussein / AP)
A Lebanese army soldier stands in front the burning car to the Palestinian Fathi Zeidan following an explosion in Saida. Fathi Zeidan, a Palestinian security official in the Fatah movement. (EPA / STR)
A Lebanese army soldier stands in front the burning car to the Palestinian Fathi Zeidan following an explosion in Saida. Fathi Zeidan, a Palestinian security official in the Fatah movement. (EPA / STR)
A member of the Lebanese emergency services takes a picture at the scene of a bomb explosion that killed Palestinian official Fathi Zeidan. (MAHMOUD ZAYYAT / AFP)
A member of the Lebanese emergency services takes a picture at the scene of a bomb explosion that killed Palestinian official Fathi Zeidan. (MAHMOUD ZAYYAT / AFP)
A woman gestures as Fatah members carry the coffin of Fathi Zaydan, during his funeral in Mieh Mieh Palestinian refugee camp, near Sidon. (Ali Hashisho / REUTERS)
A woman gestures as Fatah members carry the coffin of Fathi Zaydan, during his funeral in Mieh Mieh Palestinian refugee camp, near Sidon. (Ali Hashisho / REUTERS)
Workers on duty at the waste recycling plant which produces plastic, metal, fertilizer and electricity from the wastes in Saida. (Ratib Al Safadi / Anadolu Agency)
Workers on duty at the waste recycling plant which produces plastic, metal, fertilizer and electricity from the wastes in Saida. (Ratib Al Safadi / Anadolu Agency)
Lebanese people put powdered color on their faces as they pose for photographs during a Car Free Day at Monot street in Beirut. (WAEL HAMZEH / EPA)
Lebanese people put powdered color on their faces as they pose for photographs during a Car Free Day at Monot street in Beirut. (WAEL HAMZEH / EPA)
People pose for a picture with a cancer patient (2nd L) in front of her photographs and other cancer patients' photographs during an exhibition for Children's Cancer Center (CCCL) in Zaitunay Bay in Beirut. (Mohamed Azakir / REUTERS)
People pose for a picture with a cancer patient (2nd L) in front of her photographs and other cancer patients’ photographs during an exhibition for Children’s Cancer Center (CCCL) in Zaitunay Bay in Beirut. (Mohamed Azakir / REUTERS)
A picture shows Lebanese newspapers with its front pages appealing for readers to "turn the page" on sectarian divisions, on the 41st anniversary of the eruption of Lebanon’s civil war, on April 13, 2016. (ANWAR AMRO / AFP)
A picture shows Lebanese newspapers with its front pages appealing for readers to “turn the page” on sectarian divisions, on the 41st anniversary of the eruption of Lebanon’s civil war, on April 13, 2016. (ANWAR AMRO / AFP)
Lebanese Christian and Muslim clergy rise their hands up next to the Lebanese museum to mark the 41st anniversary of the outbreak of the Lebanese civil war, in Beirut. (WAEL HAMZEH / EPA)
Lebanese Christian and Muslim clergy rise their hands up next to the Lebanese museum to mark the 41st anniversary of the outbreak of the Lebanese civil war, in Beirut. (WAEL HAMZEH / EPA)
The grandmother of the kidnapped Elamine family children carries a picture of one of her grandchildren in the family home in Beirut. Lebanese police have detained an Australian film crew and accused them of involvement in a kidnapping of two children from their Lebanese father on behalf of their Australian mother. (Mohamed Azakir / REUTERS)
The grandmother of the kidnapped Elamine family children carries a picture of one of her grandchildren in the family home in Beirut. Lebanese police have detained an Australian film crew and accused them of involvement in a kidnapping of two children from their Lebanese father on behalf of their Australian mother. (Mohamed Azakir / REUTERS)
A hand-written sign and official red wax seals hang on the main gate of the closed Chez Maurice Hotel, in Maamelteine, north of Beirut. Lebanese security forces have busted a sex trafficking ring involving 75 Syrian women trafficked to Lebanon from their country and forced into prostitution. The women were tortured by their traffickers and locked inside two hotels including the Chez Maurice, until their rescue last month. The Arabic placard reads, "On the orders of Mount Lebanon prosecutor judge Claude Karam the club has been sealed and can only be opened after checking with judicial authorities otherwise people involved will be penalized." (Hussein Malla / AP)
A hand-written sign and official red wax seals hang on the main gate of the closed Chez Maurice Hotel, in Maamelteine, north of Beirut.
Lebanese security forces have busted a sex trafficking ring involving 75 Syrian women trafficked to Lebanon from their country and forced into prostitution.
The women were tortured by their traffickers and locked inside two hotels including the Chez Maurice, until their rescue last month.
The Arabic placard reads, “On the orders of Mount Lebanon prosecutor judge Claude Karam the club has been sealed and can only be opened after checking with judicial authorities otherwise people involved will be penalized.” (Hussein Malla / AP)
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