Lebanon’s 2022 parliamentary election is set to take place in less than a month, but mystery still hangs over the Beirut II district.
The new ACHR brief also highlighted torture in detainment and how court rulings are often not based on evidence.
Between a self-preserving syndicate that represents the political parties in power and a change-seeking alternative that emerged with the October...
Interior Minister Bassam Mawlawi insisted Lebanon’s parliamentary elections will take place on May 15, 2022.
“Pick out the book you like for free, and congratulations,” bookseller Mohamed Maghrabi would say to anyone who visited him.
“When I go into their homes to clean, I imagine that I am entering my own home, and so I clean their houses as if they were my own."
Lebanese women are still treated as secondary citizens—marginalized and forcibly absent from decision-making positions.
The Lebanese economic crisis has forced children into dangerous situations, from dropping out of school to working.
Today, 14 women work as part of the embroidery project Wafaa started in Lebanon. She says they’re like sisters.
An average of 16 thefts per day were documented in Lebanon during October 2021, as per the Internal Security Forces.
After an abrupt stop to in-person learning over the past two years because of the coronavirus pandemic, public schools that...