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.
Celebrities and activists call for equality for Lebanon's LGBT community
'You don't have to be gay to defend the rights of LGBT.'
Anger at Turkey's refusal to recognize the Armenian genocide is written on Beirut's streets
Bourj Hammoud is home to many descendants of the WWI-era atrocity. They've made their opinions known.
The refugee from Homs who can hardly afford to feed his family
Ahmad worked real estate before the war, now he cannot afford to put a roof over his own head.
Hezbollah kills two Israeli soldiers in border attack
Militant group Hezbollah has claimed responsibility for an attack on an Israeli army convoy near the Israel-Lebanon border.
Israeli strike on Hezbollah in Syria raises tensions
The strike on the Golan Heights in Syria killed Jihad Mughniyah and eight other fighters, according to reports.
Beirut shows solidarity with Charlie Hebdo on historic day for France
Lebanon does not have to look far into its past for attacks on its own journalists.
Some Syrian refugees would rather face bombs at home than endure Lebanon's harsh winter anymore
A severe winter storm has piled misery on thousands of Syrian refugees living in tents and make-shift structures across Lebanon.
How Lebanon is reacting to the news that one of the world's most popular porn stars is home-grown
Mia Khalifa's rapid rise in the adult entertainment industry has divided her home country.
Lebanon detains wife of Islamic State leader
The Lebanese army detained a wife and daughter of Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi as they crossed the border from Syria more than a week ago.
This map shows all the countries where voting is mandatory
It might seem weird to citizens of the United States — where only 58 percent of eligible voters cast ballots in the 2012 presidential election — but it's the way things are in 21 nations around the world.
US government to its people: Stay away from these countries
In total, the State Department has travel warnings in place for 41 nations.
Rick Perry's Islamic State remark joins a list of Mexican-border terror threat claims
Here’s a look at four major claims of faraway terrorism stirring in America's southern frontier. In some of those cases, at least, officials actually attempted to provide evidence, with varying success.
60 Seconds on Earth: What it's like to be displaced by the Islamic State (VIDEO)
'We left our money, our house, everything behind and ran.'
Where watching the World Cup ain't easy
Folks in Jerusalem complain about having to pay to watch on Al Jazeera. Meanwhile, a car bomb exploded south of Beirut last night, wounding at least five soccer fans.
You'd think George Clooney asked all of Lebanon to marry him
The news of Clooney asking Lebanese-born Amal Alamuddin to marry him has been quite welcome in a country used to more violent reports.
Meet the civilians who fled Syria's last rebel stronghold
A dispatch from the town directly across the border from the one the Syrian government just captured.
Day 1,096: What does the fall of Yabroud mean for the Syria conflict?
Government forces have recaptured the rebel stronghold, with some help from Hezbollah.
Highlights from Day 14 remind us why Sochi's Winter Olympics aren't about sports
Ukraine won its first gold medal, but didn't celebrate, while a skier from Lebanon finished 47th and declared it a victory.
Why Lebanese politics are so messed up
Or: How to spend ten months trying to form a government.
Why Lebanon censors Frank Sinatra, Puss in Boots, and The West Wing
A look inside the bizarre world of the country's censorship policies.
This photo will make you rethink Lebanon's topless skier story
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.
In Lebanon, reactions from 5 people who face terror threats daily
Their attitude is inspiring, which isn't to say you'll agree with their politics.
17 reasons why Lebanon's got something for everyone
Whether you're a plastic surgery tourist or an archaeology buff, this country has what you want.
Hermel: The Lebanese town where visitors are potential killers
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.
What it's like to be serving coffee when a suicide bomb goes off
If you're as used to the blasts as some people in Beirut, you just keep on pouring.
'Man wearing an explosive belt' in Beirut kills one
'A man wearing an explosive belt boarded a public minibus in Choueifat and blew himself up,' said Lebanon's interior minister.
'Al-Nusra Front in Lebanon' claims Beirut bombing that killed four
The car bombing, apparently carried out by a suicide attacker, hit a southern Beirut neighborhood considered a stronghold of Hezbollah.
Lebanese worry Hariri trial will destabilize the country
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.
As Hariri trial begins, mixed forecast for Lebanon and international law
The new project at the Hague is ambitious and unusual, not least because none of the accused are present.