A powerful reminder. Lebanese artist Hayat Nazer sculpted a woman out of the rubble from the Beirut port explosion. The statue has a broken clock at the base that reads 6:08 pm, the time the explosion shook the city. via @nowthisnews
Just 300 meters from the Lebanese border is the IDF's brand new "Galilee Forest" training complex. Here, soldiers will train to improve operational capabilities, ensure the security of local residents & effectively prepare for any threat from the north.
A Lebanese organic soap maker seeks to further explore China's market by opening a flagship shop in Beijing
Know her name. This is Sahar Fares. She was a Lebanese female firefighter. 25 years old. She was one of the first responders at #Beirut port. She died along with her colleagues trying to extinguish the fire. Her burial is today. RIP Sahar 💔
WATCH: This Lebanese wedding photographer captured a bride and groom getting married just as a massive explosion rocked #Beirut . The couple were unharmed in the blast and took refuge in a house before continuing their ceremony
This is the moment an explosion occurred in the Lebanese capital Beirut. The explosion appeared to be centred around the city's port area containing warehouses and rippled through several areas of the capital. Get the latest on this story here:
A hidden camera captured nursing home staff physically and verbally abusing an elderly Lebanese man.