Assad and Nasrallah: A fall from grace
Once the most popular leaders in the Arab world, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and Hezbollah leader Hasan Nasrallah are now widely ridiculed.
Syrian shelling hits Lebanon, killing 5
Regime forces fire artillery at villages in northern Lebanon.
Freed ICC lawyer Melinda Taylor and colleagues leave Libya
The four had been detained in the hilltop of Zintan since June on suspicion of spying.
Beirut tears down ancient Phoenician port to make way for skyscrapers
Beirut's culture minister green-lighted the destruction of a Phoenician port which dates back to 500 B.C. in favor of three skyscrapers.
Clashes in northern Lebanon leave at least 9 dead
Fighting in northern Lebanon between supporters and opponents of the Syrian regime of President Bashar al-Assad has left at least nine people dead and over a dozen injured.
2 Qaeda-affiliated gunmen killed in Beirut shootout
After a domestic dispute over a woman, heavily-armed shooters holed themselves up in an apartment in an upscale Beirut neighborhood.
Deadly sectarian violence erupts in Lebanon
At least three people killed in clashes believed tied to Syrian unrest.
Lebanon: Hezbollah praises government for seizing arms ship; Free Syrian Army denies role
The Letfallah II was carrying three containers packed with arms bound for Syria
A year after bin Laden death, poll finds broad Muslim disapproval of Al Qaeda
A Pew Research poll looked at the attitudes of Muslims in Lebanon, Egypt, Pakistan, Jordan, and Turkey.
Lebanon: Skier shot near Syria border
A man skiing at Lebanon's Mount Hermon (Jabal al-Sheikh), near the border with Syria, was shot and wounded by Syrian border guards.
Israel builds security wall on Lebanon border
Israel began construction on a security wall on the Lebanese border.
Lebanon: 'celebratory gunfire' goes awry as son shoots and kills father
The practice of firing one's weapon into the air out of happiness is illegal and frowned upon by authorities.
Ship with arms for Syria stopped in Lebanese waters
The Letfallah II was carrying light, medium, and heavy weaponry.
Lebanon: bombing in southern city of Tyre injures five
The attack may be connected to a string of bombings of establishments that sell alcohol.
Jordan: UNHCR says money for Syria refugees running low
The United Nations High Commission for Refugees said the kingdom is not coping well with thousands of Syrian refugees that have entered the country.
Lebanon: government websites hacked (VIDEO)
"Raise Your Voice," a hacker group, decried government incompetence and corruption.
Hezbollah head Hassan Nasrallah appears on Julian Assange talk show
"The World Tomorrow," hosted by Wikileaks' Assange, intends to interview controversial figures.
Syria summarily executing defenseless rebels, civilians, soldiers, Human Rights Watch says (Video)
The organization said it had documented the role of Syrian security forces in the killings, in which civilians and captured or wounded fighters were the victims.
Ban Ki-moon deplores cross-border shooting, calls on Syria to respect ceasefire deadline
As Syrian bullets kill civilians across the borders in Syria and Lebanon, the UN says Damascus should stick to Thursday's ceasefire deadline.
Syrian forces shoot Lebanese camerman Ali Shaaban dead on Lebanese soil, according to al-Jadeed television
The news station says the TV crew had identified themselves to Syrian forces and were on Lebanese soil when the shooting started.
Canadian farmer freed from Lebanese jail after 1 year
Henk Tepper accused of selling rotten potatoes; arrested on Interpol notice.
US judge awards $44 million to victims of 1983 Beirut marine barracks bombing
But with Iran to blame, the money is unlikely to be paid.
Syria accepts Annan peace plan (VIDEO)
The six-point plan calls for a cessation of hostilities, evacuation of wounded, and political reconciliation.
Syrian troops enter Lebanon, destroy farms and buildings
Around 35 soldiers entered the border village of Al-Qaa, which was shelled by Syrian troops last week.
Syrian shells land in Lebanon
Machine gun and artillery fire heard late Wednesday night, one reportedly injured.
Poll of Arab World finds fear of US, Israel
A majority supports pluralistic democracy, but roughly one third is opposed to accommodating those with political opinions different from their own.
Lebanon tribunal proposes new charge for Rafik Hariri suspects
Prosecutors at the UN-backed Special Tribunal for Lebanon investigating the 2005 assassination of former Lebanese PM Rafik Hariri want to add a new charge of "criminal association" against four men accused of carrying out the attack.
Two French journalists escape Syria
French President Nicolas Sarkozy says journalists Edith Bouvier and William Daniels are safe in Lebanon
Delhi-Israel bomb Update: India hedges on Israel demand for UN resolution
In curious reversal of its past struggles with Pakistan, India demands more evidence before it will back censuring Iran
Israel embassies in India and Georgia targeted by bombs
A bomb in New Delhi injured an embassy worker, and a second bomb in Tbilisi was defused before exploding.
Facebook hosts YaLa Middle East peace conference
YaLa peace conference aims to empower the younger generation.