Opinion

We need a president who resembles and represents the Lebanese

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By Hanna Saleh A week from now, the Lebanese parliament will turn into an electoral body that should elect a

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Is Lebanon being sold out for a nuclear deal with Iran?

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By RAGHIDA DERGHAM Driven by their determination to conclude a deal in the next 10 days to rein in Iran’s

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Why is Lebanon media mum about maritime border demarcation with Syria

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By Sami Haddad In April 2021 Last year   Lebanese President Michel Aoun reportedly phoned Syria’s Bashar al-Assad to discuss

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The sad fall of Lebanon, the producer of huge talents

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By Llewellyn King  This last spring, I was in Washington for an awards dinner given by the American Task Force on

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Freedom of speech under attack in Lebanon. Journalists face death threats

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By Nada Homsi When journalist Hasan Shaaban was beaten and his life threatened in the streets of his own home

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Syriac Maronite church stands firm against Hezbollah

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By: RICHARD GHAZAL Lebanon, one of the few remaining vestiges of Christianity in the Middle East, now remains firmly under

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Raising Lebanon from the ashes

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Former French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian says, “Lebanon is the Titanic without the orchestra.” Not so fast. BY FADI

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Why a hostage-taker in Lebanon was hailed as a national hero

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By Tamara Qiblaw A dramatic series of events unfolded on a bustling street in Beirut on Thursday when an armed

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How Putin is pushing his Army officers through a ‘meat grinder’ of death

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Russia has now lost at least 100 senior officers since it invaded Ukraine earlier this year, according to some tallies.

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Who will be Lebanon’s next president ? Specs being devised and the wish list is too long

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By Sami Haddad The term of outgoing president Michel Aoun will soon expire , October 31, to be exact ,

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