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Bzal is one of the remotest towns in Akkar. Like the majority of other Akkarian towns, Bzal is known for its inhabitants’ enrollment in the Lebanese Army and the Internal Security Forces.

​The Al-Bazals (sometimes Bazals) are a Lebanese family present mainly in Beqa’a and north Lebanon.

Myth Schizophrenia is a mental disorder where patients manifest symptoms of multiple or split personalities. Patients of schizophrenia tend to lose control over their behavior, often making them dangerous to other people around them.

Mr. Simpson’s house is spacious. It is made of thick logs and rests on a hillside covered with cypress and juniper trees. Near the two-story house runs a stream of crystalline water. We arrived close to noon.

Largest of its kind in Lebanon and the Middle East, the Shouf Cedars Nature Reserve stands as one of Lebanon’s most famous tourist attractions and natural landmarks. It was established by virtue of Law No. 532, dated July 24, 1996, which declared the communal lands of Niha, Jbe’e, Mreste,...

​Nobody emerges from war victorious. Not only do wars exact a huge toll on property and human life, they also leave indelible scars on the psyche of the people. In Lebanon, a country weighed down by a war-ridden past and a present tinged with serious threats to security, millions of people have...

Passenger traffic at the Rafic Hariri International Airport recorded a decline of 14.2% or 91,020 passengers in October 2014 compared to September. However, the number of passengers increased by 24,937 or 4.7% compared to the same period last year.

The assassination of the former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri on February 14, 2005 plunged the country into a whirlwind of political and security crises and split into two main rival camps: March 8 and March 14 Forces. The assassination itself, the Special Tribunal for Lebanon, the weapons of the...

The clashes that unfolded in Tripoli and a number of northern areas between the Lebanese Army and Islamist militants were the landmark events of October 2014. Daily headlines centered on the abduction of military members, the vacuum in the presidential seat and the sessions lacking quorum. Below is...

Prior Sunday, September 28, 2014, most of the Lebanese did not know that a town called Zgharteghrin existed in the Qada’a of Dennieh. On that day though, the town made headlines following a mass ceremony headed by Maronite Patriarch Mar Bechara Boutros Rai to inaugurate the Saint George’s...