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Comment: The rubble currently occupying large swathes of the city has turned Beirut's famous resilience into something more palpable: rage, writes Justin Salhani.

Lebanon's economic crisis is leaving residents with empty fridges as instability continues.

Flying roses: Drone fetes Lebanon mothers despite coronavirus

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Flying roses: Drone fetes Lebanon mothers despite coronavirus

The COVID-19 pandemic has put a damper on Mother's Day this year, but three students have come up with a new service to celebrate the occasion despite social distancing restrictions.

Arabs take to Twitter to mark Mother's Day

The New Arab

Arabs take to Twitter to mark Mother's Day

Many in the region are warning each other to stay at home, even if it means not celebrating Mother's Day with the woman who raised them.

Students take centre stage in Lebanon's anti-government protests

The New Arab

Students take centre stage in Lebanon's anti-government protests

Holding Lebanese flags and chanting the national anthem, students called for the toppling of the current regime and holding officials ...

The New Arab

Defying ban, students lead Lebanon protests into fourth week

Lebanon's students have taken to the streets in large numbers to demand better opportunities and an end to mismanagement of their education, renewing protest momentum for the 21st day.

Florence Dixon

Lebanese fusion maestros Adonis bring protest spirit to London

The New Arab Meets: Adonis, the four-piece Lebanese band taking their fusion of old Arabic classics and pop-rock anthems from humble village ...

The New Arab

Lebanon morality policeman arrested for 'involvement in prostitution ring'

Lebanese authorities have reportedly arrested a senior officer in the country's morality police force on suspicion of involvement in a ...

The New Arab & agencies

Lebanon 'foils terror plot' that triggered Western travel warnings

Lebanon’s armed forces have arrested Islamist militants who were planning attacks in the country after foreign embassies warned their citizens ...

Lebanon's historic Casino du Liban gambles with online venture

The New Arab

Lebanon's historic Casino du Liban gambles with online venture

Casino du Liban once hosted Elizabeth Taylor but most recently has launched a public tender inviting technology firms to partner with them in an ...

Uri Levy

Arab football season: ready to kick start in full

It is the beginning of the season in the Middle East, which means that football, politics and action are only warming up. Read this week’s tour ...

Lebanese police rescue 75 Syrian women from sex traffickers

The New Arab

Lebanese police rescue 75 Syrian women from sex traffickers

Lebanese security forces have broken up a human trafficking network and freed 75 girls, mostly Syrians, they said were beaten and forced into ...

Eight dead in Lebanon shootout with suspected drug dealers

Al-Araby al-Jadeed & agencies

Eight dead in Lebanon shootout with suspected drug dealers

Two soldiers and six other people were killed in a Monday dawn army raid targeting suspects in Maameltein, an area north of Beirut known for its ...

Hassan Nasrallah: 'Road to Jerusalem passes through Syria'

Karim Traboulsi

Hassan Nasrallah: 'Road to Jerusalem passes through Syria'

Hassan Nasrallah, Secretary General of Lebanon's Hizballah movement says liberating Palestine is dependent on what happens in Syria.

Lebanon's army of foreign maids organise to fight exploitation

Rita Bassil

Lebanon's army of foreign maids organise to fight exploitation

Feature: Long marginalised, exploited and abused, domestic workers in Lebanon have started a trade union to defend their rights.

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