The Lebanese, struggling to cope with the more than a million and a half refugees from Syria they are currently looking after on their soil, are
The former two-time prime minister of Lebanon, Omar Karami, has died peacefully in hospital in Beirut aged 80. He initially served as PM for two
Lebanese authorities are said to be questioning a wife of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi after she and a child of the ISIL leader were detained near the Syrian border.
The funeral of the Lebanese singer, actress and entertainer Sabah has been held in Beirut, with hundreds of family, friends and fans celebrating her
Three Lebanese teenagers have created an internet anti-terror sensation with their #BurnISISFlagChallenge
The trio took to a square in Beirut and
The number of displaced Syrians currently seeking refuge in tiny Lebanon surpassed the one million mark today (April 3), according to the United
President al-Assad’s forces and soldiers from the Lebanese Hezbollah are closing in on the border town of Yabroud in their attempt to drive out Sunni
Lebanese security forces announced on Friday the arrest of a top suspect behind Wednesday’s twin suicide bombings near the Iranian cultural centre in
A skier competing at the Sochi Winter Olympics on Friday is at the centre of a storm over a risqué calendar.
Jackie Chamoun, who will compete for
It started off as a wry if somewhat macabre response to violence in Lebanon, but now an app that allows users to tell others they are alive is being
An explosion rocked Beirut’s southern suburbs on Tuesday, witnesses and local media have said, hitting a Hezbollah stronghold that has been the
Former Lebanese minister Mohammed Shattah was killed in an explosion that targeted his convoy in Beirut on Friday, three security sources told
A car exploded near a Hezbollah checkpoint in eastern Lebanon.
According to Lebanon’s Daily Star newspaper an “explosives-laden BMW” rammed into
Educational reform in Lebanon is going slowly; schools are struggling and both teachers and students face tough challenges ahead. State schools have
In the city of Saida, in the south of Lebanon, local non-governmental organisations (NGOs) have joined together to coordinate humanitarian aid for
Every day hundreds of refugees arrive at the gates of the High Commissioner for Refugees of the United Nations in Beirut.
While the conflict is
Since the start of the serious violence in Syria, the country that has felt the most direct practical impact has been neighbouring Lebanon. The
Amid Syria’s ongoing civil war, Palestinian refugees find themselves uprooted once more.
85,000 have fled from Syria to Lebanon.
A car bomb has exploded in a Hezbollah-controlled suburb of the Lebanese capital Beirut, wounding at least 18 people.
It happened in a car park in
So many Syrians are fleeing the war in their country that it has put a severe strain on neighbouring Lebanon’s infrastructure – the power grid
Mentoring is a teaching tool widely used in schools and universities. An increasing number of businesses are also relying on mentorship as a way to
The second report in eight months on the refugees from the conflict in Syria compiled by the humanitarian NGO Doctors Without Borders presents
Najib Mikati, the Prime Minister of Lebanon has made his first official visit to Brussels. Lebanon has earned plaudits for their management of the
Uprisings have swept through several countries in the Arab world. From Tunisia to Libya, Egypt and others, the so-called Arab Spring has brought a
Teaching history holds many challenges for educators, especially among divided communities or those with a troubled past. They must be careful to
It is 10 years since since the Arab Thought Foundation was established to nurture intellectual interaction between Arabs and the rest of the