September 30, 2014
As the LAF continues its piece-meal construction of Ain al-Hilweh’s “security wall,” concerns loom over the wall’s potential to undermine civil-military cooperation inside the camp
December 9, 2016
Recruited by Iran, hundreds of Pakistani Shiites have joined the war in Syria, inflaming already violent sectarian hostilities back home
November 7, 2016
The General, known for bust-ups with the press, will soon enjoy new legal powers to prosecute all who “violate [his] dignity”
October 27, 2016
More than a third of MPs have skipped 43 out of 44 presidential election sessions, official parliament data reveals
Activists fear new ‘biometric’ data collected by authorities may all too easily fall into unwanted hands
Ankara has faced an intriguing lack of resistance from its traditional adversaries in Syria over its Euphrates Shield operation
NOW talks bombs, refugees, elections, Brexit and more with the European Union’s new ambassador to Lebanon
July 8, 2016
From Iran through Syria, Egypt and beyond, the net effect of Obama’s two terms has worked in favor of autocrats
April 19, 2016
How the March 14 alliance transformed from a powerful Lebanese dream to continuous disappointment
New 30-member government announced Sunday will prioritize next year’s elections, says Prime Minister Saad Hariri
December 19, 2016
Hezbollah dispatched elite combatants from its Radwan Forces to shore up the regime’s defensive lines in the face of ISIS advances.
The Iraqi Harakat Hezbollah al-Nujaba (HHN) militia has vowed to break the siege of the Shiite towns of Fuaa and Kafriyeh.
Sadiq Jalal al-Azm, once jailed in Beirut for his attacks on religion, stood for Syrian democracy till the end
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported that ISIS troops had “almost completely surrounded” the T4 military airport.
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