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Trump is throwing the Middle East under the bus

24 May, 2018

Comment: Killing the Iran deal and moving the embassy to Jerusalem will only bring more instability and misery to the people of the region, writes Emile Nakhleh.

Saad Hariri reappointed as Lebanon's prime minister

24 May, 2018

Lebanon's Saad Hariri has been assigned for his third term as prime minister, less than three weeks after he conceded losses in a parliamentary election.

Saad Hariri set to continue as Lebanon prime minister

24 May, 2018

Outgoing Lebanon Prime Minister Saad Hariri is expected to retain his post, as the country forms a new government.

Lebanon's Berri re-elected for sixth term as parliament speaker

23 May, 2018

Nabih Berri, who is now 80, has been Lebanon's parliamentary speaker since 1992

Palestinians who left Lebanon and 'vanished into the sea'

22 May, 2018

Desperate for a better life, Palestinian refugees from Lebanon have vanished on the perilous journey on sea to find a better life in Europe.

UN chief urges Hizballah to halt Syria military action

22 May, 2018

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres strongly criticised Hizballah for operating as the most heavily armed militia and a political party in Lebanon

Israel 'first country' to use US-made F-35 in combat

22 May, 2018

Israel was the first country outside the United States to acquire the F-35 after receiving the first two planes in December 2016.

Lebanon hosts first women-only classic car rally

21 May, 2018

Lebanon has hosted its first ever women-only classic car rally, with female drivers flying in from across the world for the occasion.

How Iran's role differs in Syria and Yemen war

21 May, 2018

Analysis: The differences in Iranian involvement in the Syrian and Yemeni wars offer insights into Tehran's priorities, writes Austin Bodetti.

Visa delays block bereaved Grenfell families from attending inquiry

21 May, 2018

Relatives of Grenfell inferno victims will open the inquiry into the tragedy, while the government comes under criticism for delaying visas of those due to attend.

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