In a follow up story on the man who became a hero a few backs in Ohio after rescuing three women held for a decade in a dungeon as sex slaves, Charles Ramsey will no longer have to worry about a meal in his life.
A Brazilian tourist jumped from the balcony of his hotel room in what appears to look like the Ramleh Baydah area.
Whenever the phrase “I wanna play a game” comes to mind, I automatically imagine the villain from the psych-horror film SAW.
In the midst of the mire that is Tripoli, LBCI caught the rage of a local who vented all his anger targeting the Lebanese ruling strata.
If only our politicians can let their hair down to the beat of peace, love and human understanding. But since that’s not as profitable as bickering, we present to them the following blog as a tribute to their hard work.
It’s a bunny, no it’s a dog, no it’s a dog with bunny ears… Well whatever it is, it may just be simpler than Speaker Nabih Berri’s new law proposal. According to my interpretation or “weak” attempt at trying to understand the law, Berri’s proposal goes as follows: 64 Christian and Muslim deputies will be elected on the basis of the Orthodox Gathering law, while the remaining 64 deputies will…
As posted in yesterday’s blog [So is blogging dead? Super Geek begs to differ] I mentioned how Telecom Minister Nicolas Sehnaoui announced the latest addition to the Lebanese online community hailed as “Super Geek”. According to the Minister’s short announcement via Instagram, “Super Geek is a young Lebanese Geek turned Super Hero… His Mission is to lead the Young Lebanese Digital Lobby to instill change in Lebanon and the World……
On Tuesday evening Minister Nicolas Sehnaoui put tweeps and facebook followers in a state of suspense for a grueling hour or so, until I personally lost interest. Notwithstanding, I finally caught up with the news, thanks to those who blogged about it.
If you are an avid blog follower or just a facebook regular, then you have probably heard of the Fouad Boutros Highway; a project which has recently been given the green light to rip the heart of Beirut to pieces, literally.