In her new book Shake-Up America, Gaja Pellegrini-Bettoli argues that the 2020 elections will be unlike any other in recent history.
Dozens of rescue workers continued to sift through a collapsed building in Beirut’s Gemmayze neighborhood on Friday, over a day...
The economic crisis, compounded by the COVID-19 pandemic, has made life for migrants in Lebanon even worse.
Could Italy's problems also arise in Lebanese hospitals?
BEIRUT: Prime Minister-designate Mustapha Adib failed to present his Cabinet lineup to President Michel Aoun on Monday, raising doubts that...
Resignations began over the weekend, when authorities also violently cracked down against protesters in the Lebanese capital.
“European Union member states are co-opting the pandemic to reinforce deadly border policies,” said Haidi Sadik, a spokesperson at Sea-Watch.
Is the Lebanese medical field prepared for both coronavirus and the ongoing economic crisis?
While his roadmap has been widely criticized, some analysts say Macron’s intervention was a strategic move for the country and wider region.
Authorities fear both that organized crime groups will exploit the crisis and that spontaneous revolts will result from growing livelihood concerns.
Riot police in Lebanon were shooting rubber bullets and tear gas canisters directly into crowds at chest-level.