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.
The world's scariest tweets
Terrorist organizations on Twitter.
Hariri killing trial opens amid high tensions and bombing in Lebanon
The trial opened in a suburb of The Hague nine years after the huge Beirut blast that killed former Lebanese Prime Minister Hariri.
Suspected Saudi militant dies in Lebanese custody
Majid bin Muhammad al-Majid was believed to be the leader of the Abdullah Azzam Brigades, the group that claimed the double suicide assault on Iran's Beirut embassy, which killed at least 25.
Explosion kills at least three in southern Beirut
The Lebanese capital has been hit by a series of bombs in recent months, including one last week which killed a former minister and political adversary of Hezbollah.
Spate of violence continues in Beirut with latest bombing claiming 5 lives (VIDEO)
Violence from the war in neighboring Syria has crept into Lebanon, after Hezbollah sent fighters to aid Assad.
Lebanese troops fire on Syrian helicopters in effort to protect border
It is the first time Lebanese troops have engaged the Syrian military since the beginning of the uprising nearly three years ago.
Lebanese army gets $3 billion from Saudi Arabia amid regional tensions
Lebanon's president, Michel Suleiman, made a surprise announcement on television that the money would be used to buy weapons from France.
Lebanon and Israel exchange cross-border rocket fire
It's unclear who fired the rockets from Lebanon, and no injuries have been reported.
Teen in Beirut bombing 'selfie' dies
A Lebanese teenager seen posing for a group 'selfie' in front of a bomb-laden car moments before it exploded died of his injuries on Saturday.
Beirut bombing kills former Lebanese ambassador to US, 5 others (VIDEO)
Damascus denied it was involved in the Beirut bombing that killed Mohamad Chatah, a former Lebanese finance minister who staunchly opposed Syrian President Assad.
Why Lebanon refuses to officially welcome Syrian refugees (VIDEO)
The Palestinian refugee camp of Shatila in Beirut is proof of what can happen to neglected refugees and the country that tries to ignore them
Why getting medical care in Lebanon is harder than escaping Syria (VIDEO)
Lebanon's healthcare system struggles to help Syrian refugees.
Syrian refugees threaten to destabilize Lebanon (VIDEO)
'If Lebanon goes the way of Syria, it’s a domino effect that can spread throughout the region.'
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.