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Lebanon's protest flame still flickers on anniversary of 'revolution'

17 Oct 2020

BEIRUT Demonstrators marched through Lebanon's capital on Saturday to mark the first anniversary of a protest movement that toppled the government but was then overwhelmed by economic crisis, coronavirus and a devastating explosion in Beirut.

Lebanon's protest flame still flickers on anniversary of 'revolution'

17 Oct 2020

BEIRUT Demonstrators marched through Lebanon's capital on Saturday to mark the first anniversary of a protest movement that toppled the government but was then overwhelmed by economic crisis, coronavirus and a devastating explosion in Beirut.

Channeling 'anger into art', artists in Beirut process blast

06 Oct 2020

BEIRUT On the day of the Beirut explosion two months ago, 54-year-old Nabil Debs was busy planning the opening of his boutique hotel which had been in the works for the past decade.

Wrecked schools pose new challenge as Beirut students wait to head back to classes

30 Sep 2020

BEIRUT, Sept 30 Piles of rubble and broken glass lie in the corridors and courtyard of Beirut's College Notre Dame de Nazareth.

From golden age to war and ruin: Lebanon in turmoil as it hits 100

27 Aug 2020

BEIRUT Looking back on his childhood in the newly declared state of Lebanon nearly a century ago, Salah Tizani says the country was set on course for calamity from the start by colonial powers and sectarian overlords. | Video

For some Lebanese, U.N. tribunal's Hariri ruling is not enough

19 Aug 2020

BEIRUT The son of Lebanon's slain former premier Rafik al-Hariri vowed he would not rest until the killers are punished after a U.N.-backed court on Tuesday convicted a member of the Iran-backed Hezbollah group of involvement in the 2005 assassination.

For some Lebanese, U.N. tribunal's Hariri ruling is not enough

19 Aug 2020

BEIRUT The son of Lebanon's slain former premier Rafik al-Hariri vowed he would not rest until the killers are punished after a U.N.-backed court on Tuesday convicted a member of the Iran-backed Hezbollah group of involvement in the 2005 assassination.

For some Lebanese, U.N. tribunal's Hariri ruling is not enough

19 Aug 2020

BEIRUT The son of Lebanon's slain former premier Rafik al-Hariri vowed he would not rest until the killers are punished after a U.N.-backed court on Tuesday convicted a member of the Iran-backed Hezbollah group of involvement in the 2005 assassination.

A life’s work shattered: stained glass artist counts cost of Beirut blast

17 Aug 2020

BEIRUT Two decades of Maya Husseini's work to restore stained glass windows destroyed in the Lebanese civil war was lost in an instant in the seismic port explosion in Beirut. | Video

Blackouts darken misery of Lebanon's economic collapse

10 Jul 2020

BEIRUT Samira Hanna spends a lot of time in the dark. Her old Beirut apartment gets less than two hours of electricity a day, and with Lebanon's economy in ruins, the grandmother can barely afford candles, let alone a private generator.

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