Kareem Chehayeb is a Lebanese journalist based in Beirut. He leads investigations at The Public Source
Cash-strapped Lebanon is weighing its response to a new US sanctions law targeting the Syrian regime.
The decision to bar Palestinians from returning to Lebanon amid a repatriation drive highlights entrenched discrimination in the country.
Corruption in Lebanon is widespread, but there are hopes a new law can root out pervasive nepotism.
On top of the coronavirus outbreak, Lebanon is also facing its worst economic crisis since the 15-year civil war several decades ago.
Lebanese security forces have assaulted more than 20 journalists and media workers covering the protests in Beirut this month alone.
Protesters continued to demonstrate across Lebanon on Saturday, as the mass protests entered the third day following another night of riots.
Book Club: Joseph Daher analyses the resilience of the Syrian regime and the failings of the uprising in his latest book Syria After the Uprisings.
Dozens of Lebanese activists with some of their Palestinian counterparts stood across the ministry in solidarity with ongoing Palestinian protests against labour inspections. reports Kareem Chehayeb.
Analysis: The crackdown on Lebanese indie band Mashrou' Leila over their pro LGBT+ rights stance and lyrics deemed 'offensive' to Christianity could set a dangerous precedent, writes Kareem Chehayeb.
Comment: Outrightly racist, anti-refugee sentiment from Lebanese politicians is sign of increasing national populism in the country, writes Kareem Chehayeb.