September 30, 2014
A concert of the highly popular band’s scheduled Friday has been cancelled after objections from ministries, MPs and the Church
April 27, 2016
This year, municipal elections results in Shiite areas controlled by Hezbollah and Amal Movement might not be the same as in the past
By warning of the widespread destruction expected in any future conflict, both parties have managed to maintain the relatively peaceful status quo
April 22, 2016
The family of Lebanese citizen Nizar Zakka has lost touch with their relative, who was arrested in Iran and accused of being an American “spy”
Revisiting survivors and the village on the 20th anniversary of the massacre.
Why has Iran begun deploying its official armed forces to the battlefield in Syria?
NOW speaks to leading Syria analyst about his new book, a deep dive into Syria’s rebels and their jihadist frenemies
February 15, 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
A rebel cell based in the Syrian capital has claimed it conducted another assassination, this time in retaliation for the intense regime bombardment of opposition-controlled quarters of Aleppo.
May 3, 2016
A top Syrian army commander who has achieved celebrity status among regime supporters has allegedly threatened the under-fire governor of the Homs province.
Fighting erupted overnight between Syrian regime forces and ISIS in the remote northeastern outskirts of Suweida, the latest ISIS encroachment on the Druze-populated province.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is poised to make wholesale changes to the country’s cabinet, including replacing the current prime minister.
The General Commission of Yabrud claimed that the Lebanese party was instituting a policy of "demographic change."
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