New Corruption Scandal Hits Lebanese Government: Biometric IDs

The Council of Ministers approved on Sunday the use of biometric IDs during elections for.

Taste of Cement: “We build, and then we destroy”

In a concrete room underground, the camera intricately zooms in and out of the faces.

Lebanon’s Forcibly Disappeared: To Forget, We Must Remember

Lebanon was recently struck with the devastating loss of eight of its soldiers who were.

Beirut Walks Into The Dawn

  Every three days, Lebanon loses an individual to suicide. Every year, over 143 families.

Beirut Traffic Comes to a Standstill During Head of State Visit

On Wednesday almost all of Beirut streets turned into a big parking lot. Anyone taking.

Beit Beirut: The Identity and Temporal Representation of Beirut

On a typical stroll through Beirut’s Sodeco area, any passerby that is not completely embroiled.

Prices in Lebanon Start to Rise Following Tax Hike Law

Lebanon’s residents, and those traveling into and out of the country, are already feeling the.

Lebanon’s Garbage Crisis: It Still Smells of Corruption

Two years ago, in August 2015, Lebanese women and men from all ages were peacefully.

Penal Law 522: Abolished!

The Lebanese Parliament has recently abolished the penal law 522 which allows a rapist to.

Luxury of Safety

Addressing struggling economies and social distress is no longer a priority in countries where taking.