You can still take the bus into Syria, even to ISIS-held areas
Despite civil war in Syria, and airstrikes by US, Russian and Syrian jets, bus service continues to towns and cities across the country.
It's not unusual to transport 'dummy' Hellfire missiles on civilian flights
This is the story of one such trip, and the unfortunate panic it caused.
The refugee crisis is turning more girls into child brides
For many parents, it is a desperate measure sought in extreme circumstances.
Here’s one country where you can’t go see ‘Spotlight’
It won two Oscars, but it will not be in the theaters here.
A long river of trash runs through a Beirut suburb
Why is Lebanon's cosmopolitan capital such a stinking mess?
Beirut is bracing itself for another trash-pocalypse
The city's waste management firm has threatened to stop collecting garbage.
Export solution to Lebanon's trash crisis scrapped
US-LEBANON-RUBBISH:Export solution to Lebanon's trash crisis scrapped
Garlic is keeping this Syrian refugee family alive
That's because they peel it — a lot of it — to sell. 'It’s time consuming,' says Ghadir. 'We work in the winter and the summer.'
Lebanon doesn't want Syrian refugees getting too comfortable, even in winter
The country refuses to set up permanent camps for the hundreds of thousands fleeing war next door.
Straight Outta Syria: Meet the young refugee rappers with a message
Some 200,000 Syrian refugee children remain out of school in Lebanon alone.
Syrian refugees in Lebanon are being forced underground
A new report says visa rules introduced last year in Lebanon are forcing Syrian refugees into the shadows.
How the hero of the Beirut bombing saved so many lives in a split second
'The kids and I are all doing fine. He made us proud, put our heads up high, what more do I need? He gave me dignity, pride, and respect.'
After the Beirut bombings, here’s how Lebanon responded to the Paris attacks
'Even among my people, there is a sense that we are not as important, that our lives are not as worthy.'
A father's split-second heroism saved countless lives in another terror attack, in Beirut
Adel Termos, a Beirut resident out with his young daughter, witnessed a horrific bombing on Thursday. Then he made a split-second decision that saved countless lives.
Southern Beirut residents are dazed but defiant after Islamic State bombings
'Whatever happens I am staying in the neighborhood. This only makes me more stubborn to stay.'
Witnesses to the Beirut bombings describe carnage in the street
'My friend saw the second guy and tried to stop him. He wrapped his arms around him and then it exploded.'
Twin bombings kill at least 37 in Beirut's first attacks since 2014
Beirut’s southern suburbs, home to a large Shia population, were the target of a number of attacks last year by radical militant groups from Syria.
What Jeb Bush doesn't know about Lebanon
The Republican candidate for US president thinks Lebanon is as bad for Christians these days as Syria. He's wrong.
Rivers of garbage threaten to turn Beirut’s waste crisis into a public health emergency (VIDEO)
Lebanon's health minister has warned that the country has reached 'danger point.'
A daily hustle to survive: This is the life of a Syrian refugee
The often unbearable existence of a Syrian refugee drives some to unthinkable acts.
One village in Lebanon hosts as many Syrian refugees as the entire United States
Lebanon is currently home to well more than a million Syrian refugees.
A deadly sandstorm is sweeping across the Middle East
In Syria, the storm was reported to have stalled government airstrikes on rebel areas due to poor visibility.
A photo tour of Beirut’s pop-up Christian shrines
Lebanon remains a hospitable place for Christians, home to at least eight different sects.
Lebanon’s young protesters want to end the old way of doing things
'We have inherited the mess that the older generation created.'
This image of a Syrian refugee and his daughter went viral. Then the donations came pouring in
The picture of a single father selling pens by the side of the road prompted a wave of donations on social media.
A female TV reporter gets help from Beirut protesters, Daily Mail sees something very different
A mob attack, or a mob rescue?
Beirut's Berlin Wall moment lasted less than 24 hours
After a weekend of violent protests, a wall was erected around the prime minister's office. It didn't last long.
Lebanon's got 99 problems and trash is just one
What next for the country's burgeoning protest movement?
Beirut garbage protests met with tear gas and rubber bullets
It's not just about the trash anymore.
Anywhere but Lebanon: Why the Palestinian girl Angela Merkel made cry doesn't want to leave Germany
Reem Sahwil's family still lives in Lebanon, a place where Palestinian refugees like them face great hardships.
Malala turns 18, opens school for Syrian girls
'Syrian children are suffering the most, being refugees for more than four years, deprived of education,' Malala told reporters.