Lebanon is on the edge of falling into an uncertain and terrifying freefall.
The incident on August 4, which saw 2,750 tonnes of improperly stored ammonium nitrate explode, killed more than 200 people.
Several people were taken to hospital in Lebanon after a fire at a Syrian refugee camp that state media said was started deliberately
Lebanese people released lanterns in Beirut's Gemmayzeh neighbourhood during the the lighting of a symbolic Christmas tree.
Hariri’s return to office is a setback for protesters who had been demanding change, and see him as a symbol of a political class they blame for the country’s woes.
Lebanon’s fashion industry is currently enduring a triple crisis. The current economic recession is the worst in the country’s history, COVID-19 has decimated sales and August’s port explosion has destroyed many outlets.
The two neighbours both claim 860 square kilometres of the Mediterranean Sea as being within their own exclusive economic zone.
Army helicopters were dispatched on Saturday to help douse the fire, the state-run National News Agency reported.
Four people died and several more were injured when a fuel tank exploded in a building basement in the Lebanese capital Beirut
Lebanon faces the dual challenge of reforming its government and rebuilding after a deadly explosion destroyed large parts of its capital city.
The search operation in the historic Mar Mikhail district has gripped Beirut one month after a deadly explosion ripped through the city.
One month has passed since one of the largest explosions in history ripped through Beirut's port claiming the lives of at least 190 people and injuring thousands
As French President Emmanuel Macron visits Lebanon for the second time, here's a look back at the history between the two countries.
Mustapha Adib, Lebanon's ambassador to Germany, was designated Prime Minister.
Former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri in Beirut was killed in a car bomb in Beirut more than 15 years ago.
Friends and family buried Ralph Malahi, a 23-year-old firefighter who was among 10 firefighters killed in Beirut's massive explosion. Malahi was given a hero's funeral, starting from the firefighters' base.
Both Lebanese protesters and members of the international community have called for an impartial investigation into the incident that killed more than 170 people and injured thousands.