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Mob seizes UN peacekeeper equipment in south Lebanon

05 December, 2020

A mob of people blocked the route of a convoy of UNIFIL peacekeepers in the village of Kaouthariyet al-Saiyad in south Lebanon and seized their equipment.

Streets engulfed as Lebanon hit by torrential rains

29 November, 2020

Many Lebanese blame the severe flooding on government incompetence and corruption.

TNA Webinar Video: Can community-led efforts Build Beirut Back?

04 September, 2020

Our webinar series hosts live discussions on issues related to the Middle East, North Africa, Asia and beyond

Macron begins Lebanon visit by meeting iconic singer Fairouz

01 September, 2020

Emmanuel Macron on Monday met with Lebanon's top diva Fairouz, a national symbol and one of the rare figures in Lebanon beloved and respected across the country.

Hero Lebanese firefighter Sahar Fares buried after Beirut blast

06 August, 2020

The 25-year-old was among the first fatalities to be named, and was honoured with a public funeral which took place at her hometown of Qaa on Thursday.

'Hero' Beirut migrant worker dashes to protect child

05 August, 2020

Social media users have hailed the worker as a hero and called for better treatment of migrant labourers.

Half of Beirut damaged after catastrophic blast

05 August, 2020

A massive explosion at the Beirut port on Wednesday is estimated to have caused $5 billion in damages, extending across half of Lebanon's capital.

Lebanon's revolution is on hold but far from over

01 April, 2020

The Covid-19 lockdown may have put Lebanon's revolution on hold, but activists are organising despite the crisis and vow to renew the protest movement.

Lebanon police forced to apologise after violent crackdown

16 January, 2020

Protesters say that police came from nowhere and started firing tear gas and rubber bullets.

Lebanese anti-bank protests continue for second night

16 January, 2020

Four months into a protest movement against Lebanon's political class, demonstrators have channelled their exasperation at the banks.

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