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A forecast report conducted by Colliers International for the hotels of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region for the three-month period from September to November 2017 showed that Beirut and Aqaba are the key touristic cities in the region. In Beirut, an increase in revenue per available room (RevPAR) is expected to take …
A forecast report conducted by Colliers International for the hotels of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) for the three-month period between August and October 2017 showed that Beirut and Aqaba are the key touristic cities in the region for that period. In Beirut, an increase in revenue per available room (RevPAR) is expected …
A forecast report conducted by Colliers International for the hotels of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) for the three-month period between June and August 2017 showed that Beirut and Aqaba will be the key touristic cities in the region for that period. As for Jordanian Aqaba, the report showed that the city continues …
A forecast report conducted by Colliers International for the hotels of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) for the three-month period from May to July 2017 has showed that Beirut and Aqaba are the key touristic cities in the region for that period. Regarind Jordanian Aqaba, the report showed that it continues to benefit …
Sharjah and Ras Al Khaimah steady, Jeddah and Riyadh occupancies continue to decline
The minster met with several Lebanese political figures and discussed bilateral relations, reviewed conditions in Libya and the region
In Lebanon, short-sighted refugee policies are driving children into slavery and a future of exploitation as prostitutes.
Three months after a heartbreaking photo kickstarted a crowd-funding campaign, life has improved for Abdul Halim Atar, the refugee and single father in Beirut who resorted to selling pens to provide for his family
The bombings were claimed by “Islamic State”
The Union of Arab Banks (UAB) will hold the 20th edition of its Annual Banking Conference on 19 November in Beirut, Lebanon. The conference is entitled “Through Financial Inclusion: 2015-2020 Map” and will be held in coordination with a number of international regulatory institutions. The conference is considered one of the most significant annual conferences …
Observations and comments on Lebanese protests circulated on social media in past week, increasingly focusing on female protesters and their revealing clothing
A rally in Beirut has drawn huge crowds as people voice their frustration over government corruption and the crisis created by uncollected garbage. Organisers of the campaign have issued an ultimatum to the government
Promotional visits will occur over the next three months
The ENP was developed in 2004 with the objective of strengthening ties and means of cooperation between the EU and its neighbours
Al-Hariri said he would support Egypt in counter-insurgency
Prime Minister Ibrahim Mehleb invited businessmen and investors to participate in Egypt’s Economic Summit and urged them to pump more investments into the country during his visit to the Dubai Government Summit in February.
The explosion happened at around midnight near an army checkpoint and a cafe where football fans were watching a World Cup match.
The attack came as members of the security forces raided two hotels in central Beirut and detained at least 15 people
A collection of art will be on show at different venues for a period of nine months
The festival features a diverse line-up of diverse international artists, with a focus on African artists because of the current political and social situation
The Syrian army said the air strikes killed one soldier and wounded seven, cautioning that the assault endangered “the security and stability of the region”.
Lebanon’s army confirmed the attack was a double suicide car bombing, and Health Minister Wael Abu Faour said four people were killed and 103 wounded.
The explosions sent a large plume of smoke over the area and Lebanese television showed scenes of widespread destruction.
Hezbollah is accused of participating in the 2005 assassination of Hariri’s father, former premier Rafiq Hariri, and five of its members are on trial in absentia before a special court in The Hague.
The blast took place on busy Al-Arid Street in the Haret Hreik neighbourhood, targeted by a suicide car bombing earlier this month.
The blast took place in a southern Beirut neighbourhood, a stronghold of Lebanon’s Hezbollah
The blast took place on a busy commercial street