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Bomb detonates at Hezbollah-backed minister’s home
A bomb detonated outside of a Hezbollah-backed Lebanese minister’s home on Thursday in the eastern Bekaa valley.
Satellite photos: Israel attack damages Syria airport runway
An Israeli strike on a Syrian airport tore large craters in three spots on the facility’s runway, again closing the airfield after a strike days earlier also halted traffic, satellite images analyzed Thursday by The Associated Press show.
Lebanon’s dining scene rides summer boom
Lebanon’s restaurant scene is experiencing a boom this summer, despite the deep economic crisis. Eateries and cafes are packed, with many new outlets
Iran may send free fuel to crisis-hit Lebanon
Lebanon is preparing to send a delegation to Iran for talks on acquiring free fuel to ease power outages without being exposed to US sanctions, two government sources said on Wednesday.
Lebanese MP issues urgent Italian sea-rescue plea
A Lebanese MP has appealed to Rome to rescue 70 Lebanese migrants who were on board a boat that broke down off the coasts of Malta and Italy.
Lebanese Telecommunications Ministry requests treasury advance amid strike
Lebanon’s Ministry of Telecommunications requested a treasury advance from the Ministry of Finance to avoid the repercussions of its employees’ strike that began last week.
How a 92-year-old cleric silently halted Iraq's slide back into war
When a pronouncement by a religious scholar in Iran drove Iraq to the brink of civil war last week, there was only one man who could stop it: a 92-year-old Iraqi Shi'ite cleric who proved once again he is the most powerful man in his cou...
Lebanon banking secrecy law retains key problems - IMF
The International Monetary Fund told the Lebanese state on Thursday its banking secrecy law has not resolved "key deficiencies," urging officials to make new changes to their first attempt at financial reform.
Syria says Aleppo airport hit by Israeli missile strikes
Syrian state media says the missile attack caused some material damage at the airport but made no mention of casualties.
U.S. will never allow Iran to acquire a nuclear weapon, Biden tells Israel's Lapid
President Joe Biden told Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid on Wednesday the United States will never allow Iran to acquire a nuclear weapon, the White House said, as Tehran seeks stronger guarantees from Washington for the revival of a n...
Internet shutdowns hit cash-strapped Lebanon due to strike
Internet shutdowns rippled through cash-strapped Lebanon on Tuesday after employees of the country’s state-owned telecom company went on strike, demanding higher wages.
Major destruction after Israel targets missile facility in Syria
Syria’s state media reported missiles were fired from over the Mediterranean towards the town of Masyaf but most were shot down.
Jordan Army Thwarts Drugs Smuggling Operation from Syria
The Jordanian army announced on Saturday that its forces busted an operation to smuggle drugs across the border from Syria.
Tracy Chamoun Announces Run for Lebanon’s Presidency
The granddaughter of a former Lebanese president and ex-diplomat Monday announced her candidacy for the cash-strapped country’s upcoming presidential elections on a platform critical of Iran-backed Hezbollah party.
Hezbollah Threatens Israel, Intensifies Attack on US
Hezbollah intensified its attack on the United States, accusing it of “working to weaken and blackmail Lebanon to subject it to Israeli conditions.”
War Monitor: Israeli Strike Targeted Missile Depot in Syria
Satellite imagery showed widespread destruction at a giant military facility in western Syria targeted in a recent Israeli airstrike, and the head of a Syrian opposition war monitor said Sunday the strike targeted a depot housing hundred...
Syrian Industrialist Calls For Recovering Funds Frozen in Lebanese Banks
An established Syrian industrialist called Sunday on the government in Damascus to act for recovering the Syrian funds stuck in Lebanese banks.
Report: Syria Asked Iran Not to Attack Israel from its Territories
Syrian officials have asked Iran and its proxies not to carry out attacks against Israel from its territory, The New York Times reported on Friday citing a source in Damascus.
Lebanon faces judicial paralysis as judges refuse to work
Judges in Lebanon continued their protest on Tuesday after a meeting to review their issues proved inconclusive.
Iran allows women to attend Tehran soccer game
In a rare move, authorities in Iran allowed women to attend a soccer game at the Tehran Azadi stadium in the Iranian capital on Thursday evening, local media reported.
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