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News

US Impose sanctions on Lebanese top officials, including Gebran Bassil ‘for corruption’.

The United States on Friday imposed sanctions on prominent Lebanese politician and key ally Hezbollah, an extremist group and an Iranian-backed political party, over allegations

Lebanon_Israel
Middle East

Lebanon, Israel attempt to resolve maritime border dispute

The two nations, though technically at war, sat down to negotiate a long-pending maritime border dispute. Insisting that this is not about normalising ties but

Lebanese
Middle East

Beirut, Lebanese mother throws her dead son into the water escaping from the sea

A new drama in the odyssey of illegal immigration occurred this time not far from the Lebanese coast. Starting from mid-July, an escape route, by

Lebanon
News

Lebanese politicians fail to deliver a new government on time

Lebanese political leaders on Tuesday failed to form a new government in line with the deadline promised to French President Emmanuel Macron on September 1.

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Opinion

Beirut blast has shaken up people’s lives but hasn’t loosened the grip of Lebanon’s ruling class

The devastating blast in Beirut on August 4 left entire country of Lebanon shaken up and would be recorded as the country’s turning point in

Lebanon
Middle East

Lebanon approves state of emergency; rights groups raise concerns over threat to freedom

Lebanese Parliament on Thursday approved a state of emergency in the aftermath of widespread protests across the country against the mishandling of national affairs by

Lebanon
Middle East

Can France create change in Lebanon?

France has stepped up with aid and comfort after the deadly blast in Beirut but how much change can it really usher in? Just two

Beirut_explosion
Opinion

Beirut explosion: Ammonium nitrate, what is it and why is used by extremists

Ammonium nitrate is “good” and useful for making fertilizers. But it becomes “bad” when mixed with other substances. And even more lethal if it comes

Lebanon
Middle East

Aid eludes a Lebanon in crisis

With the country reeling under the worst economic crisis in decades, Lebanon remains dogged by sanctions and lack of aid. The international community maintains that

Hamades brothers were halted in February 2018 in South Africa and were extradited to the U.S. last fall. According to the accusation, the parts included inertial quantity units, which can be used to track an aircraft's position, and digital compasses, which can be paired with the inertial measurement units for drone guidance systems.
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A Lebanese exported tech drone parts from the U.S. to Iranian-backed Hezbollah militia

According to the ‘Associated Press’, a Lebanese citizen is accused of conspiring to export tech drone parts and technology from the U.S. to Iranian-backed Hezbollah