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Iran has abandoned its own people to support terrorists abroad

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By TABBY REFAEL This week, Iranians marched in Tehran to protest a dire water crisis that has decimated farming in

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What America can do to save Lebanon

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There is clearly no political appetite in Washington for costly foreign initiatives, especially not in the Middle East. Yet there

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Lebanon crisis is now, it’s urgent and cannot wait . Time for the Int’l community to take the lead

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By The Guardian Observer editorial A new failed state in the Middle East would spell chaos for us all. The

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No government anytime soon in Lebanon

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It appears that PM Najib Miqati will be named as the PM-designate should the binding parliamentary consultations be held on

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To help Lebanon through its collapse, listen to its most vulnerable

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By Kareem Chehayeb BEIRUT I’ve lived in Lebanon for much of my life, and over the past five years as

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Lebanon is already a failed state. When will the world step in?

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By Marco Carnelos No western power other than France has yet dedicated to Lebanon the attention it deserves. Its time

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ARGUMENT: No Prime Minister—and no more hope—for Lebanon

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ARGUMENT An expert’s point of view on a current event. The resignation of Saad Hariri is forcing the country to

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America, France … and Lebanon’s failed state

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BY: Khairallah Khairallah In clearer terms, Lebanon cannot, with its current president or its resigned government, headed by Hassan Diab,

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‘This is the end of times’: Lebanon struggles to find political path through its crisis

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As the country suffers from hyperinflation and shortages of fuel and medical supplies, pressure is growing at home and abroad

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Why it’s too soon to write Lebanon’s obituary

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BY NADIM SHEHADI In the Latin American city of Bogota, a prosperous-looking lady goes to an ATM to withdraw cash

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