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Northern Ireland militant group forged ties with Hezbollah: report

14 September, 2020

A group of Republican militants in Northern Ireland visited Lebanon's Hezbollah in 2018 and is suspected to have forged ties to import weapons, a report said.

Recycling Failure: Normalisation, annexation, and Oslo Accords at 27

14 September, 2020

Comment: Twenty seven years later, the true legacy of the Oslo Accords has been Palestinian division, entrenched occupation and annexation, and Arab betrayal of Palestinian self-determination, writes Dalal Yassine.

Recycling Failure: Normalisation, annexation, and Oslo Accords at 27

14 September, 2020

Comment: Twenty seven years later, the true legacy of the Oslo Accords has been Palestinian division, entrenched occupation and annexation, and Arab betrayal of Palestinian self-determination, writes Dalal Yassine.

Ninety Lebanon peacekeepers contract coronavirus: UNIFIL

14 September, 2020

A spokesman for the UNIFIL force said 90 peacekeepers in south Lebanon have tested positive for Covid-19.

Three Lebanese soldiers killed in hunt for 'terrorist': army

14 September, 2020

Three Lebanese soldiers were killed and another wounded while attempting to arrest a suspected "terrorist" at his north Lebanon home, the army said on Monday.

Greg Kelly, former aide to Nissan's Ghosn, faces trial

13 September, 2020

With Ghosn in Lebanon as an international fugitive, Kelly is now the only person expected to face trial any time soon in relation to the case.

Lebanon's new domestic worker contract: end to 'kafala slavery'?

13 September, 2020

The economic crisis-hit Mediterranean country is home to around 250,000 migrants, mostly women from Africa and Asia, who toil away in people's homes as housekeepers, carers or nannies.

Lebanese rally to demand justice over port blast

13 September, 2020

Some marchers carried black versions of the Lebanese flag in a sign of mourning for the more than 190 people who were killed in the explosion at the Beirut port.

US sanctions 'slow down' Lebanon government formation: report

11 September, 2020

US sanctions have made it hard for Prime Minister-designate Moustapha Adib to change leadership in the finance ministry and others where donors demand reform.

Lebanese-British journalist snubs Saudi G20 invitation citing women's rights

11 September, 2020

While many have lauded Zahra Hankir for her boycott, her post sparked substantial backlash.

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