Probably not. But after a year of stalemate, even old faces are better than none. By Zinya Salfiti Lebanon finally
By Dana Khraiche and Ben Bartenstein International holders of Lebanese debt urged the new government to resume long-delayed efforts to restructure the country’s
In a televised speech last week, Hezbollah’s leader Hassan Nasrallah outlined a detailed plan for how a U.S.-sanctioned militia will send tankers of U.S.-sanctioned fuel to be distributed by a U.S.-sanctioned company. Hezbollah is planning to use...
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The Biden administration has quietly waved sanctions to allow Lebanon to import oil from Iran, both by sea and overland through Syria. Hezbollah already claims victory with its banners.
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Lebanon’s parliament on Monday approved Prime Minister Najib Mikati’s new cabinet, tasked with pulling the country out of a deep
BEIRUT In a TV interview with al Hurra , Lebanon’s new minister of Education Dr Abbas al Halabi appealed to
Lebanon’s critical fuel shortages are showing no signs of ending despite the arrival of Iranian oil smuggled into the country through neighboring Syria. Hezbollah has been arranging the informal oil imports and prominent political and religious...
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Beirut , Lebanon Riad Salameh, The Governor of the central Bank of Lebanon , Banque du Liban had asked the
Lebanon defaulted on its debt last year and is unable to import essential supplies, including gasoline for automobiles and diesel to power generators, all while power outages persist. Hezbollah vowed last month that it would bring fuel from Iran,...
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“When you meet the unbelievers, strike the necks…” (Qur’an 47:4) The Crusaders were not, as the ever-witless Daily Mail claims here, a Christian invasion. They were a late and small-scale defensive action after 450 years of...
Youssef Fenianos , the former public works minister who received an arrest warrant for his role in the Beirut Port
The country’s desperate citizens are increasingly investing their hopes in a U.S. government that has other priorities. By Anchal Vohra,
Take away fuel, take away water, take away a functioning government and it doesn’t take long for an entire country to implode.
Since the port explosion which tore through Beirut, Lebanon has been plunged into one of the worst economic crises...