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Health minister Hamad Hassan sits in a hospital bed at St. George Hospital while a healthcare worker fully cladded in a hazmat suit stands beside him.

Health minister admitted to hospital, while others are rejected

Health Minister Hamad Hassan was in stable condition when he was transported to the St. George Hospital in Beirut.

Lebanon’s 11-day lockdown begins

Lebanon began its state of health emergency on Thursday morning, launching an 11-day lockdown to ease the out-of-control spike in COVID-19.
Laptops for Beirut: Photo of a laptop against a light purple background and darker purple screentones behind the opened laptop.

Laptops for Beirut: Helping Lebanese students continue online education

Linda Woelfle and a team of 12 German students are easing the burdens of Lebanese students by helping them gain access to laptops.

Don’t Pay: AUB tuition strike and the ruse of transparency

Around 30 different clubs at AUB are calling upon students to withhold paying their tuition fees in protest of the new lira rate.