Middle East

Beirut port blast: Two Lebanese customs officials charged

A Lebanese prosecutor on Tuesday filed charges against two customs officials as part of the ongoing investigation into the massive explosion at Beirut’s port in

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Another blast occurred in southern Lebanon because Hezbollah technical error

Another explosion in took place in Lebanon, this time in the south of the country. The blast involved a building near Ain Qana, probably a


Macron missed an opportunity to disarm Hezbollah in Lebanon

While the French president may have spoken at length about sanctions and new beginnings, he shied away from addressing the elephant in the room. French


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


Turkish mercenaries and armaments expose Libya to the risk of a massacre like Beirut

The militarization of oil facilities, the presence of mercenaries as well as the military escalation increases the risks that hydrocarbons and chemicals stored at oil


Beirut blast sparks anger in people, protestors raise call for government to quit

On Sunday, Central Beirut turned into a battle ground as over 10,000 protestors, gathered at Martyrs’ Square, tried to storm into the Parliament, government ministries


While Beirut is still counting the victims, Turkey attacks Israel trying to hide its responsibilities

After a few hours of the huge explosion that devastated the heart of Beirut, Lebanon, the world expressed condolence and solidarity with the Lebanese people,