Latest in Tag: Lebanon Highlight
Latest in Tag: Lebanon
The Syrian National Coalition takes Syria’s seat in the Arab League as Egypt’s foreign minister is made president of the league’s council
Egypt’s foreign minister is left to deal with the legacy of the Arab Spring and the ongoing Palestinian conflict
The UNHCR said the one million figure comprised both registered refugees and those awaiting registration
The Egyptian ambassador to Lebanon says NGOs will provide aid to Syrian refugees in Lebanon
Egyptian nationals still in Syria can travel back to Egypt via Lebanon, paid for by the government
A graphic from Amos’s office showed how the need for humanitarian aid had spiralled from March last year
The Shi’as party, Lebanon’s most powerful military force, occasionally announces the death of one of its fighters killed “carrying out his jihadist duty,” but without clarification.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs denies deporting Palestinians to Syria, Human Rights Watch stands by its original information
The fighting broke a tense calm that had held since the army deployed troops between the two impoverished neighbourhoods early on Friday
Israel launched a devastating attack on Lebanon in 2006 after Hezbollah fighters captured four soldiers in a cross-border raid
Latest in several exchanges over the past week
The Beirut stop was a last-minute decision taken by Hollande to express France’s solidarity with Lebanon
The US and the EU, both anxious to ward off any further Syrian interference in Lebanon, have separately warned against creating a political vacuum.
After the funeral at the massive Al-Amine Mosque, Hassan was to be buried in the mausoleum of his mentor, former premier Rafiq Hariri.
Wissam al-Hassan was accused of aiding rebels fighting Al-Assad’s regime
Hassan, a top Lebanese security official killed Friday in a Beirut car bombing, suspected the regime in neighbouring Syria of murdering his mentor, former Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri.
Syrian authorities arrest eight Egyptians for illegally entering Syria
Hariri’s defence lawyers accusing the Lebanese government of ignoring requests to cooperate the UN-backed court
Over 20,000 deaths later, independent UN investigators conclude war crimes have been committed
“This assault is even worse than the 1969 burning of the Holy Al-Aqsa Mosque”, says Nasrallah
Iran confirms the presence on Iranian forces in Syria
Syrian hostages rescued in midnight raid in Lebanon while Turkish businessman’s release negotiated on same day
Al-Hamshari arrived back to Cairo on Wednesday night
Patients and colleagues of detained doctor call for his release
Mohamed Al-Hamshari under military investigation in Lebanon
Warnings over a possible Israeli strike against Hezbollah’s major ally
The dilemma surrounding Issam Al-Houti comes to an end
Despite statements by his wife, Lebanese media denies Al-Hooty’s abduction
Ten killed overnight in clashes, while PM warns people against “slipping into the fires that surround Lebanon”