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A dispatch from the town directly across the border from the one the Syrian government just captured.
A look inside the bizarre world of the country's censorship policies.
A window into the reality that many Syrians live with on a daily basis.
Or: How to spend ten months trying to form a government.
The week before photos of Lebanese Olympian Jackie Chamoun caused a global uproar, a woman in Beirut was beaten to death with a pressure cooker.
Their attitude is inspiring, which isn't to say you'll agree with their politics.
In 2012, seven people in the United States died in terrorist attacks: roughly 1 in 45 million. Imagine living somewhere where that rate is over 11,000 times higher — per month.
If you're as used to the blasts as some people in Beirut, you just keep on pouring.
A new report shows the Syrian government has been bulldozing the suburbs around Damascus.
If authentic, this latest report shows the killing and torture has reached a far greater scale than the international community could have imagined.
It's hard to reach a peace deal when most of those fighting aren't represented at the talks.
Terrorist organizations on Twitter.
With Lebanon's sectarian tensions on the rise, some wonder whether the trial of the former prime minister's alleged killers will only make things worse.
Little 2-month-old Ghaddi represents a significant push toward secular society.
Celebrating Saint Barbara’s Day here is not always easy. But the kids are undaunted.
Violence against women has skyrocketed since the Syrian conflict began.
Tuesday's twin suicide bombings outside the Iranian embassy in Beirut, which wounded more than 140, is another in a string of attacks rooted in the Syrian conflict.
Tensions build in Libya Saturday, as militiamen and armed vehicles are posted to the outskirts of Tripoli.
Analysis: Syrian civilians are caught in the middle as rebel forces fight the government, Kurdish forces, and each other.
As Libya prepares to mark the second anniversary of rebels' victory over Muammar Gaddafi, Libyans tell GlobalPost what the revolution has changed for them.