Hizballah has uncovered two spies working for the CIA within its ranks according to sources close to the party leadership.
Analysis: While the British government has pledged to take in 4,000 Syrian refugees a year, it is also encouraging refugees to stay in countries neighbouring Syria.
Analysis: Testimonies from victims show that torture is endemic in many prisons in Lebanon and exposing the deep flaws in the Lebanese justice system.
Analysis: Lebanon's political paralysis continues as the deeply divided country enters its second year without a president and attempts to keep the Syrian conflict from spilling over onto its territory.
Analysis: Once supremely confident, Hizballah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah has been humiliated by his party's involvement in the Syrian conflict.
Comment: The Lebanese have blamed various foreign forces for its myriad problems, including its civil war. Well, it's time to look in the mirror, says Nader Fawz.
Analysis: The Vatican has reportedly taken the lead in resolving an impasse between political factions in discussions over who is to be the next president of Lebanon.
Ghazaleh's position in the regime’s inner circle has reportedly become increasingly precarious, and he is said to fear for his own security.
Sources and targeted MP tell al-Araby al-Jadeed that interior and health minister and two MPs have been named as targets for assassination.
Analysis: Lebanon's Future Movement and Hizballah have agreed to disagree about everything of substance.