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THE PULSE OF LEBANON

Akkar, portrait of a youth at loose ends

L'Orient-Le Jour met the young people of Akkar, an area in the north that has been abandoned because of its geographical location and decades of political neglect.

Akkar, portrait of a youth at loose ends

Nidal, 20 years old, from Tal Abbas al-Gharbi. He is one of the survivors of the gas tank explosion that occurred in Tleil on August 15, 2021. His family is in debt due to compounding expenses relating to his treatment. (Credit: Florient Zwein/OLJ)

With less than two weeks to go before the legislative elections, L'Orient-Le Jour takes the pulse of Lebanon through immersive reports from all over the country. Six journalists and three photographers spent time with the inhabitants of different...

With less than two weeks to go before the legislative elections, L'Orient-Le Jour takes the pulse of Lebanon through immersive reports from all over the country. Six journalists and three photographers spent time with the inhabitants of different...Au Akkar, portrait d’une jeunesse désœuvréeOrphanage and school, church and mosque: remembering Saida’s Armenian legacyTripoli tragedy...