TRT World says the leader of Lebanon’s Shia group Hezbollah has acknowledged his party and its allies had lost their parliamentary majority.
Euronews says Hezbollah has been dealt a blow in Lebanon’s parliamentary election with preliminary results showing losses for some of its oldest allies.
The Independent says in households across Lebanon, it’s likely that one or more family members are planning to emigrate — if they can get a passport.
A migrant boat sinks off the coast in Lebanon – One child drowned and dozens rescued A child died and 45 people were rescued Saturday
The Independent says Lebanon’s three-time former prime minister Saad Hariri has announced he is bowing out of politics and will not participate in May’s elections.
Arab News says Lebanon’s public transport drivers blocked roads on Thursday, paralyzing traffic throughout the country in protest against the manipulation of exchange rates.
Arab News says The Lebanese pound on Tuesday crossed the symbolic threshold of 30,000 to the dollar on the black market in a new record low.
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Arab News says Demonstrators blocked roads across parts of Lebanon on Monday in protest at the country’s economic meltdown.
The Lebanese Minister of Information George Kordahi confirmed Sunday in an interview that his resignation from the government is “out of question.”
Beirut – undeclared truce A relative calm had been restored. “The guns have fallen silent and it seems there is an undeclared truce after four
UN’s Joanna Wroneca calls for ‘restraint’ UN special coordinator for Lebanon, Joanna Wronecka calls for maximum restraint. “At this juncture, it is critical to show
Beirut ‘war zone’ – ‘Most serious and intense battle in years’ Al Jazeera’s Zeina Khodr, reporting from Beirut, says the city’s streets look like a
Statement on Beirut – ‘shots in the head with live ammunition’ Following a meeting with heads of security agencies, Interior Minister Bassam Mawlawi has said
VIDEO – Lebanon – Gunfire in Beirut near protest, at least 6 dead – many injured
Lebanon children trapped due to clashes – AlJazeera
Developing Story – Lebanon live — Gunfire in Beirut, at least 6 dead
Lebanon news – The country has been left without electricity, plunging the country into darkness amid a severe economic crisis. The entire country of Lebanon
Iran said on Monday it is ready to ship more fuel to Lebanon if needed, a day after the leader of Lebanon’s Hezbollah group said more vessels carrying Iranian fuel would sail soon to help ease the country’s fuel shortage.
Three Lebanese men died in altercations on Monday related to scarce fuel supplies, an army statement and security source said, as the country reels from a long-running economic crisis.
Hezbollah’s leader Hassan Nasrallah allegedly claimed in a speech on Saturday that the investigator of the Beirut port blast was politically biased.
“In the absence of a lawyer, a Lebanese prosecutor asked central bank governor Riad Salameh for documents relating to suspicions of embezzlement, money laundering, and tax evasion,” a senior judicial source stated.
Five people were killed in an ambush on mourners during a Hezbollah militant’s funeral in a town south of Beirut on Sunday afternoon, a security source told AFP.
The US urged Lebanon’s new prime minister-designate, Najib Mikati, to form a government quicly to handle the country’s long crisis.
Michelle Chaaya, 32, was a human resources professional at a multinational firm in Lebanon until a few months ago. She now works as a bartender in Dubai, sending money to her family back home where the financial crisis has left a lot of people destitute.
Arab News says in his first interview as Lebanon’s PM-designate, Najib Mikati promised the Lebanese people he will “tell the truth about everything.”
The UN special coordinator for Lebanon praised the role of the Lebanese Army and called for continued support to “this key institution.”
Local Lebanon news agencies have reported that Lebanese Officials have lodged a protest at the UN over Israel had violated Lebanese sovereignty by using Lebanese
Two rockets were fired from Lebanon overnight on Tuesday setting off sirens in northern Israel but causing no damage or injuries, the Israeli military said.
The United States criticized Lebanon’s politicians Thursday for failing to form a new government that is needed to halt the country’s economic, social, and financial collapse.
Lebanon’s PM-designate Saad Hariri has stepped down after nine months in the job, citing “key differences” with the president, leaving the cash-strapped country leaderless.
The Lebanese Armed Forces stated in a statement on Sunday that ten soldiers were hurt after protestors threw stun grenades at army forces during demonstrations in Lebanon’s northern city of Tripoli.
Lebanon’s Hezbollah chief Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah on Friday repeated pledges to import Iranian fuel should shortages across the country persist.
Lebanon’s caretaker prime minister on Friday approved a proposal to finance fuel imports at the rate of 3,900 Lebanese pounds to the dollar, instead of the previous 1,500 pound rate, amidst worsening gasoline shortages.