Lebanese Prime Minister Najib Mikati condemned on Sunday the cross-border shelling from Syria into northern Lebanon border towns. “We denounce the death of Lebanese citizens in incidents they have nothing to do with and we call on the relevant Syrian authorities to take the appropriate measures to prevent the recurrence of such incidents,”
The Free Syrian Army (FSA) is in the process of taking a decision to seize Lebanese Prime Minister Najib Mikati’s assets in Syria and issuing an arrest warrant against him for being allegedly involved in the murder of Syrian citizens. “The revolution judiciary council has made a
A Bomb exploded in Tripoli on Tuesday near Lebanon Prime Minister Najib Mikati’s residence but no casualties were reported according to LBCI. The bomb was placed between Mikati’s residence and Hotel Quality Inn according to LBCI. This development comes after Mikati renewed on Tuesday Lebanon’s condemnation of the Burgas bus attack
The top three Lebanese leaders congratulated on Wednesday president Barack Obama on his re election for another four years as the U.S. president. President Michel Suleiman, said in a cable to Obama:
Lebanese Speaker Nabih Berri told An-Nahar newspaper in remarks published on Sunday that he is ready to work on forming a new national unity cabinet to head off the political crisis caused by the assassination of the country’s top intelligence official last week.
Lebanon’s prime minister says his resignation is “out of the question” after raising the possibility following the assassination of a top intelligence official last week. Prime Minister Najib Mikati’s comments come at a time of growing political and sectarian tensions caused by the civil war in neighboring Syria.
New details about the assassination of a top intelligence official suggested that it might have been an inside job, fueling at least some accusations by political opponents of the Hezbollah-led government that Hezbollah, a militant Shiite group, had played a role in the killing. Since the bomb attack, there has been a widespread belief here […]
The Obama administration for the first time backed the Lebanese opposition’s call for a new government to be formed in Beirut, following Friday’s killing of a high-ranking Lebanese intelligence official.
Lebanese Prime Minister Najib Mikati said on Saturday that he offered his resignation but that President Michel Suleiman asked him to stay on for a “period of time”. Lebanon’s opposition March 14 bloc had called for the government, which includes ministers from the militant group Hezbollah, to resign
Prime Minister Najib Mikati who will represent Lebanon at the United Nations General Assembly, is scheduled to travel to New York City on Saturday at the head of delegation and is scheduled to deliver Lebanon’s speech at the General Assembly on Thursday.