Lebanese riot policemen stand guard during a demonstration held by relatives of Lebanese soldiers held hostage by Islamic militants, to demand action to secure the captives' release, in front of government headquarters in downtown Beirut, Lebanon. The militants, including the al-Qaida linked Nusra Front and the extremist Islamic State group, are holding some 20 Lebanese soldiers and policemen hostages since August, when they briefly overran a Lebanese border town. (Bilal Hussein / AP)

Lebanon POW: 13 – 19 November

Corruption is worse than prostitution. The latter might endanger the morals of an individual, the former invariably endangers the morals of the entire country. — Karl Kraussd.

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Having fun in the sun (Hasan Shaaban)

Lebanon POW: 28Aug-3Sept

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

Pow present to you this week’s finest photos, hand picked for your eyes to see.

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Lebanese army soldiers carry the coffin of Lieutenant Colonel Dany Harb, who was killed during fighting between Lebanese army soldiers and Islamist militants in Arsal, during his funeral in Beirut. (Sharif Karim / REUTERS)

Lebanon POW: 7 – 13 August

The Lebanese army managed this week to put an end to the armed battles in Arsal, eastern Bekaa, but the war with those terrorists still didn’t have a closure, while some soldiers are still in captivity.

And Lebanese, despite of whatever is happening around him, he still find a way to entertain it self, with musical concert, or just by clapping hard for his political idol.

In conclusion, these are the best photos selected for you delicately, so you can enjoy seeing it one by one. 

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