The number of emigrants from Lebanon increased by 4.5 times between 2020 and 2021, as per a new report from Information International.
The final day for expats to register to vote in Lebanon's upcoming parliamentary elections is November 20.
Lebanon is witnessing one of the biggest waves of emigration in its history, with experts warning of severe long-term repercussions.
Amanda Dufour, author of the newly released poetry anthology “Local Foreigner,” sits inside my computer screen late Wednesday afternoon.
How does one begin to mourn the loss of their home when they feel removed from the chaos it had been burdened with?
With the passing of time, living in Lebanon feels more and more like one sequence of survival after another. As the Lebanese long for a sense of normalcy, sometimes they can only envision it abroad. Questions about leaving or staying have come to dominate conversations between families and friends –so...
Lebanon’s young people see no future for themselves in the country. With unemployment estimated at 40 percent and hunger on...
Authorities fear both that organized crime groups will exploit the crisis and that spontaneous revolts will result from growing livelihood concerns.
The German philosopher's range of works can be a weapon of protest.
While economic research proved that remittances ease poverty, most studies failed to establish a causal relationship between them and economic growth.
Barcelona celebrates La Mercè, the city’s main festival honoring the Virgin of Grace (Mare de Déu de la Mercè), patron saint of the city, every year around September 24. Sometimes called the “festival of festivals” in its week-long run, it gathers between 1.5 and 2 million people. Every year since...