The shootout on the streets of Beirut between rival Christian and Muslim groups last week revived memories of the country’s 1975-90 civil war.
The leader of Lebanon’s Hezbollah has declared for the first time that his powerful militant group has 100,000 trained fighters.
Funerals have taken place across Lebanon for seven people killed in gunbattles on the streets of Beirut the day before.
Lebanese officials say at least six people were killed and dozens wounded in armed clashes that erupted in Beirut during protests organized by the militant...
Lebanon’s state electricity company says the country's two main power plants were forced to shut down after running out of fuel
This fall, Lebanon's schools have been gripped by the same chaos that has overwhelmed everything else in the country in its historic economic meltdown
The World Health Organization’s director general is deeply concerned about the impact of Lebanon’s economic meltdown and multiple crises on the people’s wellbeing
Lebanon’s incoming finance minister has signed a contract with a New York-based company to conduct a forensic audit of the country’s central bank
The Lebanese presidency says a new government has been formed, breaking a 13-month deadlock that saw the country slide deeper into financial chaos and poverty
Lebanon's health sector is a casualty of the multiple crises that have plunged the country into a downward spiral