Lebanon News

journalist Dima Sadek

Lebanon’s journalists suffer abuse, threats covering unrest

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By BASSEM MROUE -AP BEIRUT — Lebanese journalists are facing threats and wide-ranging harassment in their work — including verbal

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Several lawmakers of Aoun’s bloc to defy naming of new PM

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BEIRUT: Three lawmakers and members of Lebanese President Michel Aoun’s parliamentary bloc will not abide by its decision to name a

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Lebanon begs friendly nations for aid in importing essential goods

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Lebanon appealed to friendly states on Friday to help it import essential goods as it grapples with an acute economic

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Amer Fakhoury

Senator: Lebanon must be ‘on notice’ on jailed US citizen

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CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — An American citizen jailed in his native Lebanon since September on no charges is very ill, and

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Lebanese NGOs offer assistance after the suicides in Lebanon

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BEIRUT: Lebanon’s ongoing economic and political turmoil is taking its toll on the mental health of its citizens, many of

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Protests erupt following reports of poverty-related suicide cases

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Beirut: A 56-year-old unemployed Lebanese man reportedly committed suicide on Thursday in his house in southern Lebanon due to his

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To Make Sense of Lebanon’s Protests, Follow the Garbage

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The country’s perpetual refuse crisis is just one example of the government corruption and dysfunction that have brought protesters into

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Hariri backs Businessman Samir Khatib to replace him

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BY BASSEM MROUE / AP Lebanon’s outgoing Prime Minister Saad Hariri said Tuesday he supports the nomination of a prominent contractor

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Aoun calls for consultations to designate new PM

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BEIRUT  – Lebanese President Michel Aoun called for formal consultations on Monday with lawmakers to designate a new prime minister,

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Lebanese central bank tells banks to cap deposit interest rates

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Lebanese banks will impose new caps on interest rates on deposits and pay savers half the interest due on foreign

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