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Suicide epidemic sweeps Lebanon amid economic downturn

05 December, 2019

Two suicides were reported on Wednesday by local media in Lebanon, as concern grew over the mental state of citizens amid harsh economic conditions.

This is why feminist issues are driving Lebanon's protests

07 November, 2019

While demonstrating dire economic conditions and rampant corruption of the country's political elite, Lebanese women are also fighting for an even more basic right: to be treated as an equal.

Revolutionaries, not 'babes': Stop objectifying Lebanon's women protesters

22 October, 2019

Why have some chosen to focus on the appearance of Lebanese women in the recent wave of nationwide protests?

Lebanon's diaspora takes anti-government protest movement global

20 October, 2019

Hundreds of Lebanese abroad held their own rallies in support of demonstrations back home, where tens of thousands are protesting political stasis and corruption.

Weddings, DJs and Baby Shark: Protesting the Lebanese way

20 October, 2019

As thousands rallied across the country's major cities, videos emerged showing crowds protesting in a typical Lebanese fashion, with fireworks, dabke performances, a wedding celebration and a DJ-hosted party.

UK refuses to apologise for Balfour Declaration

26 April, 2017

"We are proud of our role in creating the State of Israel" is what the British government said in response to an online petition demanding an apology over Balfour Declaration.

Nursing wounds: A joyless Christmas in Syria

25 December, 2016

Avid campaigner for peace in the Middle East, Reverend Nadim Nassar speaks to The New Arab about the fate of Christians in the region and the pitfalls that lie ahead.

'Largest' student union in Britain adopts BDS

10 December, 2016

University of Manchester's student union adopted BDS motions on Thursday as activists seek to pressure university administrators to withdraw investments from Israeli companies.

Jordan's parliamentary elections: Between old fears and new hopes

18 September, 2016

While optimists hope Tuesday's elections will give the chance for political parties to emerge and prosper, cynics maintain that they are just a way to ensure the status quo remains.

Cubs of the Caliphate: Islamic State's regiment of child-bombers

23 August, 2016

In-depth: Amid major losses in the battlefield, Islamic State turns to its "cubs of the caliphate" brigades to fill the gap of fallen militants and help preserve its remaining force.

Iran doubles oil production, fuelling regional rivalries

14 June, 2016

In-depth: Tehran has revealed a major surge in oil output amid strong competition with Saudi Arabia for market share, but questions of sustainability are being asked.

'No way to treat a child': Palestine's imprisoned children

19 April, 2016

Following lengthy investigations, a new DCI Palestine report highlights systematic illegality and abuses in Israel's treatment of arrested Palestinian children.

Sarah Khalil
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