Journalists In Lebanese ‘Al-Nahar’ Daily In Pointed Criticism Of Country’s Leaders: Your Corruption Has Turned Lebanon Into Hell And Is
Lebanon‘s new government is looking to secure $4-5bn in soft loans from international donors to finance purchases of wheat, fuel
New IRGC Quds Force #2 Is Iran's 'Missile Mastermind' In Lebanon
Lebanon has a new Hezbollah-dominated and backed government after three months of protests have gripped the country, which no doubt has raised alarm for both Israel and...
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The president of United States is often criticized for getting his facts wrong, especially when it comes to understanding the world. Trump made up the country of “Nambia” while not knowing that Bhutan and Nepal (which he pronounced...
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Anthropologists at the University of Toronto (U of T) have confirmed the existence more than 10,000 years ago of a hunting camp in what is now northeastern Lebanon—one that straddles the period marking the transition from nomadic hunter-gatherer...
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Lebanon’s new government faces huge upcoming debt repayments and a currency peg at breaking point, but it may already have
By Eric Knecht BEIRUT, – A push by Lebanon to rein in a thriving parallel market for dollars and halt
Beirut has been engulfed in protests over the poor economic situation and endemic corruption since October 2019. The protests were initially caused by a new tax on calls made using WhatsApp, a measure the government believed would help tackle the...
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For the first time in Lebanon’s history, a woman, Zeina Aker, was appointed Minister of Defence; she also was appointed deputy head of government. Incoming PM Hassan Diab’s Cabinet includes five women. In total, the government consists of 20...
Security forces in Beirut's capital fired water cannon and tear gas at angry protesters outside parliament Wednesday, where a new government was being formed.The demonstrators rallied near the parliament building in the early hours to protest the...
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By Kareem Chehayeb Beirut – Lebanon’s caretaker foreign minister has cancelled his appearance at the World Economic Forum in Davos on
What had been largely peaceful demonstrations against Lebanon’s Government in the capital Beirut grew increasingly violent over the weekend, sparking the concern of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights.
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Lebanon’s acting foreign minister is attending the elite annual World Economic Forum in the Swiss village Davos
Friends and journalist advocacy groups say allegations that Nicholas Frakes sent a video feed to the Israeli Haaretz newspaper were the result of a misunderstanding.
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