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.
Beirut building collapses, kills at least 25 people (VIDEO)
A building in Beirut collapsed into a pile of rubble on Sunday and officials have yet to find the reason.
Israel says Hezbollah helping Syria President Bashar al-Assad survive
Lebanon also worried about the deteriorating situation in its largest neighbor.
Ehud Barak: Israel to put an end to lopsided prisoner swaps
Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak announced Thursday that the country plans to put rules in place that will prevent uneven prisoner exchanges.
Top Goon: Puppet drama lampoons Syria's Bashar al-Assad
Puppet show in Syria takes on the president and the revolution.
Five UN peacekeepers injured in blast in Lebanon
A roadside bomb struck a UN vehicle in South Lebanon, injuring five peacekeepers.
Hassan Nasrullah, Hezbollah leader, makes public appearance
The leader of Hezbollah, Hassan Nasrullah, made a rare public appearance on Tuesday to commemorate the Shiite holiday of Ashura.
Lebanon fires rockets into Israel (VIDEO)
Lebanon fired rockets into Israel for the first time in two years.
LGBTI refugees seek haven in Lebanon
But persecuted Syrians, Iraqis and Algerians find it isn't what they imagined.
Twittering from afar
Deposed by Hezbollah, twice, former Prime Minister Saad Hariri’s long absence from Lebanon had left supporters bewildered, until he started Tweeting – a lot!
Meet the Free Syrian Army
Inspired by events in Libya, Syrian defectors organize for a fight.
Syria mining Lebanon border: reports
The move prevents anti-Assad protesters from fleeing to Lebanon.
Yardstick of Lebanese stability: Football crowds
For the first time in a long time, the ban on Lebanese football fans coming to the stadium was lifted to allow tens of thousands to cheer their World Cup hopefuls.
Lebanon’s tongue tied Christians
Why the Lebanese Church has not spoken out against Syria's Assad
The falling dominoes of the Arab Spring
Opinion: Gaddafi is on his way out. Is Syria next?
No smoking gun in UN indictment of Hariri murder
Only circumstantial evidence and phone calls link Hezbollah members to the assassination of former Lebanese prime minister.
Who wanted Rafiq Hariri dead?
Before his assassination, Lebanon’s five-time prime minister was struggling to convince Syrians he was their ally, alleged transcript shows.
Bomb in Beirut kills two
An explosion in a parking lot in north of Beirut Thursday killed two people and wounded one.
Worries in Lebanon over Syria fallout
As the uprising in Syria rages on, political divisions deepen in Lebanon.
Lebanese diplomat in social security scandal
Police are investigating allegations that staff at the Lebanese consul-general's office in Sydney have been paid wages in cash and illegally claiming social security
With neighbors like these….
As tensions rise and the chance of sectarian strife erupting in neighboring Syria increases, Lebanon looks on nervously.
Lebanon returns to murky days of kidnapping
The release of seven Estonian cyclists kidnapped from the lawless Bekaa Valley sheds little light on who’s to blame: Jihadis, the Syrian regime or someone else?
Beirut’s international fashion label with a local conscience
A Beirut-based designer creates a global fashion label while helping Lebanese women prisoners.
Seven Estonian cyclists released in Lebanon
Abducted Estonian cyclists freed, but no word on ransom.