Snow threatens to destabilize Middle East
US president calls for regional talks on Snow emergency, says won’t rule out use of force.
Snow storm, low temperatures bring misery to Syrian refugees
The snow, which was greeted with surprise and playfulness in other parts of the Middle East, threaten Syrian refugees.
The Middle East attempts to build snowmen (PHOTOS)
Countries across the Middle East struggle with a rare snowfall, and their residents struggle to make snowmen.
Civil marriage and SuShi babies in Lebanon
Little 2-month-old Ghaddi represents a significant push toward secular society.
Hezbollah assassination in Beirut: 3 Questions with our correspondent
GlobalPost correspondent Tracey Shelton answers the key questions about what Hassan Laqis' killing means for Lebanon and the region.
This 23-year-old from Cambridge, Mass. might win Arabs Got Talent
Meet Jennifer Grout, she can't speak Arabic but she sure can sing it.
Hezbollah commander assassinated at Beirut home
'The direct accusation falls on the enemy Israel.'
Saint Barbara's Day in Lebanon
On the eve of the Dec. 4 holiday, Christian children across Lebanon dress in costumes and go trick-or-treating.
Trick-or-treating in Lebanon
Celebrating Saint Barbara’s Day here is not always easy. But the kids are undaunted.
Lebanese army to manage security in Tripoli for six months
The Lebanese government has asked the army to step in after three days of violent clashes killed 11 people.
Sectarian clashes in north Lebanon leave at least 9 dead
Dozens of people were wounded in attacks over the weekend. Many of the dead were killed by sniper fire.
Identities of Iran embassy suicide bombers in Beirut becoming clear
DNA tests have identified Mouin Abu Dahr as one of the two attackers on the Iran embassy that killed 25 people and injured more than a hundred this week.
What it means to call the bombing of Iran's embassy in Beirut 'sectarian violence'
Syria's civil war is increasingly seen as stoking a regional conflict based on religious differences. But don't forget about political motives, analysts say.
Twin bombings in Beirut have their roots in Syria
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.
Suicide bombing near Iranian embassy in Beirut kills dozens
Dozens are dead after a suicide bombing in a Shia neighborhood of Beirut.
US, UK condemn suicide bombings that killed 23 near Iranian embassy in Beirut (PHOTOS)
US Secretary of State Kerry condemned the 'senseless and despicable' bombings and British Prime Minister Cameron called Iran's leader with condolences.
Nasrallah says Hezbollah will keep fighting in Syria war
'We have said on several occasions that the presence of our soldiers on Syrian soil is to defend... Syria,' said Hezbollah's leader Nasrallah.
Syrian conflict stokes Sunni anger in Lebanon, with army now seen as threat
Sunni militants accuse the army, perhaps the only widely respected public institution in Lebanon, of siding with Hezbollah.
Gay Lebanese singer with 'Freddie Mercury' edge fronts band
Lebanon's alternative band is not only known for its catchy songs but its lead singer whose sexuality is still taboo in the region.
Tripoli Lebanon clashes see 7 dead, dozens wounded
The two districts of Jabal Mohsen and Bab al-Tabbaneh have seen the heaviest fighting during the conflict.
From Castro to Cheney: history's most insane assassination plots
Last year was a weird one for assassinations plots. History is even weirder.
Hezbollah checkpoint clash leaves four dead in Lebanon
Four others were wounded in the clash at a security checkpoint near Baalbek in eastern Lebanon.
Want to stay alive in Lebanon? There's an app for that
Lebanese developers are designing apps to keep people safe as Syria-related violence intensifies.
Among Syria's rebels, anger at US about-face
Hopes are dashed as Washington backs off strikes against government forces.
What are the economic risks if Syria goes south?
Analysis: Would airstrikes spark global anarchy — or is that what looms without them?
Will Hezbollah strike back if the US attacks Syria?
Hezbollah has increasingly linked its position of power in Lebanon to the survival of the Assad regime.
60 Seconds on Earth: Working to save a piece of Lebanese history
Beirut's historic homes are deteriorating. Replacing them are high rises.
Even if Obama wins congressional OK, he should reconsider Syria action
Commentary: The president's missteps and waffling have damaged his credibility and the country’s.
Syria refugees: a 'humanitarian calamity,' UN says
More than six million people have been displaced from their homes as a result of the Syrian civil war.
Syria 'hemorrhaging' refugees as number of displaced tops 6 million (PHOTOS)
As the US heads for strikes against Syria, the country's refugee crisis hits massive proportions.
Syrian refugees raise tensions in fragile Lebanon
More than 700,000 Syrian refugees are pressuring local communities in Lebanon. There are fears US strikes in Syria will send more across the border.