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.
Dog fight in Lebanon
Rival MPs brand each other 'dog' as fallout from uprising in Syria raises tempers in parliament
Can the Kurds tip the scales in Syria?
Syria's Kurdish minority considers throwing its weight behind protest movement.
U.N. convoy in Lebanon hit by bomb
At least one Italian soldier was killed in an attack on a U.N. convoy that happened on the U.N.'s annual Peacekeepers' Day.
People in Middle East and North Africa react to Obama speech
Mostly they thought it was just "more of the same."
Israel: The oil of Zion
Prophecy and science converge in Israel's oil and gas boom.
Israel delights in Syria's unrest
Syria, Israel's longtime enemy and a key supporter of Iran, has been weakened by domestic unrest, Israeli leaders say.
Syria: students protest in 2nd-biggest city, Aleppo (UPDATES)
The protest is a significant development in the monthlong series of pro-reform demonstrations.
Lebanon sees offshore gas as answer to its power woes. Israel sees it different.
Lebanon looks to cash in on natural gas.
Syria’s cyber revolution
A loose network of activists has managed to circumvent Syria's powerful control on information.
Amid government deadlock in Lebanon, economy reels
Essential economic reforms stalled as Lebanon's split government continues to haggle.
Amid silence on regional unrest, debate rages inside Israel
Some in Israel worry it will emerge the big loser when dust settles around the region.