From cities to villages: Reverse migration on the rise in Lebanon

The economic crisis is pushing people in Lebanon to move back from cities to rural areas and villages.

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Cabinet on the road to obtaining parliamentary confidence vote

Mikati’s cabinet is set to meet today to discuss and approve a draft statement, clearing the way for a parliamentary session where they seek a vote of confidence from MPs. Information Minister George Kordahi made...

Trucks of Iranian fuel enter Lebanon through Syria

The ship carrying the fuel docked in Syria on Sunday, and was transported by land to avoid “harming Lebanon,” a reference to US sanctions.
Collage of Hassan Diab saluting from the top of a plane with clouds in the background

Diab leaves Lebanon despite Beirut Blast subpoena

Diab was also summoned by the Beirut blast lead investigator, Judge Tarek Bitar, last month. He did not show up.


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How cricket is teaching kids in Lebanon’s refugee camps to dream big

In the heart of the Shatila refugee camp, Alsama Cricket Club is giving children who have fled war new opportunities to learn and dream big in Lebanon.

How Syrian refugees positively contribute to the Lebanese economy

Lebanese people have popularized the idea that Syrian refugees are “job stealers,” but that's not actually the case.

Syrian refugees tortured and detained after returning home, says Amnesty

Amnesty International is urging Lebanon, Turkey and Jordan to protect Syrian refugees from deportation or forcible return.