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22/11/2019
Queen of Lebanese hip-hop raps on revolution
“I have gotten more laid back over time," admits Lebanese hip-hop artist Lynn Fattouh. "This was because of a growing sense of losing hope and losing faith in finding a solution [for my country]." But then she added, "What happened with the revolution is it brought this [anger back] because what I saw was hope." (Photo: Edoardo Small)
Politics
22/11/2019
United States ready to work with new Lebanese government, President Aoun tweets
The United States is ready to work with a new Lebanese government that responds to the needs of its people, President Donald Trump said in a cable to Lebanese President Michael Aoun, according to a tweet from Aoun on Thursday. (Photo: Dalati Nohra)
Culture
14/11/2019
Meet Lebanon’s flag queen
27-year old Feyrouz Abou Hassan is easy to spot in the crowds of Beiruts three-week uprising. (Photo: Finbar Anderson for the National)
Politics
14/11/2019
Lebanon’s Aoun hopes a government is formed in the coming days
Lebanon’s President Michel Aoun on Thursday said on his official Twitter account that he has hope in the possibility of the formation of a new government in the coming days. (Photo: Dalati Nohra/Handout via Reuters)
Culture
14/11/2019
This Revolution Has Raised the Bar. How Lebanon’s Protests Have Created a Surprising Space for LGBT Rights
Although it’s viewed as relatively socially liberal, Lebanon still criminalizes homosexuality in accordance with a law that dates back to the late days of the French Mandate, when France controlled the country from its modern founding in 1920 until 1943. While Lebanon’s penal code bans “all sexual relations contrary to the laws of nature” without mentioning homosexuality, it has been used to detai ...
Culture
10/11/2019
‘I sort of broke English’: Meet the Lebanese poet crossing boundaries
Zeina Hashem Beck on protests in Lebanon and living on the edge of language and home. (Photo: Zeina Hashem Beck)
Politics
10/11/2019
10+ Brilliant Events of the Lebanese Revolution
From Womens Marches to Student Marches, the Revolution has proven to be brilliant. (Photo: Al Jazeera)
Events
10/11/2019
Beirut & Beyond: Lebanon music festival postponed in support of protesters
The festival was due to run in December. (Photo: Beirut & Beyond)
Politics
10/11/2019
In Lebanon, a woman’s place is leading the revolution
In a political system where women are chronically underrepresented, women are making themselves heard in the streets, reports Richard Hall. (Photo: Richard Hall/The Independent)
Politics
4/11/2019
Lebanon’s Women Have Fought for Change and Should Get It
Reform Personal Status Laws, End Child Marriage. (Photo: Marwan Naamani/picture-alliance/dpa/AP Images)
Politics
4/11/2019
In pictures: The fire and the fury of Lebanon’s nationwide protests
Protesters in Lebanon want to overhaul the political system that has been in place since the end of the civil war. (Photo: Richard Hall/The Independent)
Politics
4/11/2019
Competing Protests in Lebanon Bring Thousands on to the Streets
Tens of thousands of people held competing rallies in Lebanon Sunday, including thousands who flocked to the presidential palace in support of the country’s president and others who gathered in downtown Beirut as part of ongoing protests that aim to sweep from power Lebanon’s entire political elite. (Photo: AFP)
Politics
29/10/2019
Lebanon’s Hariri resigns after nearly two weeks of nationwide protests
Lebanons Prime Minister Saad Hariri announced Tuesday he was resigning, succumbing to the demands of protesters who have staged nationwide demonstrations for nearly two weeks. (Photo: AFP/HO/DALATI AND NOHRA)
Politics
27/10/2019
Meet the eco-warriors cleaning up after Lebanon’s protests
Volunteers of all ages are coming together to help pick up litter and recycle. (Photo: Bassam ZaZa)
Politics
27/10/2019
Protesters form human chain across Lebanon
Anti-government grassroots movement says it wants to foster feeling of national unity. (Photo: AFP/Getty Images)
Family
21/10/2019
A new PhD in the Family
Last week, Samir Dawaliby successfully defended his PhD thesis at the XLIM Laboratory, University of Poitiers, in France, on Machine-to-Machine communication and obtained the doctorate.
Politics
21/10/2019
Kuwait Welcomes Lebanese Travelers with Sweets at the Airport as a Show of Support
Another act of support to the Lebanese people by another nation. (Photo: The 961)
Politics
21/10/2019
Lebanon agrees reforms after days of protests
Government promises to halve ministers’ salaries in bid to stem worst unrest in years. (Photo: Wael Hamzeh/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock)
Politics
21/10/2019
Lebanon protests: The voices and faces of the demonstrations
Lebanon is witnessing its biggest protests for 15 years, with huge crowds marching in anger at corruption and the cost of living. The message is serious, but many of the protests have had a carnival-like atmosphere, with flag-waving, music, chants and drums. The BBCs Eloise Alanna spoke to some of the demonstrators. (Photo: BBC)
Politics
18/10/2019
It was like judgment day: Lebanese devastated by wildfires
Amid criticism over govt response, Lebanon doubles yearly average of forest loss in worst wildfire event in decades. (Photo: Timour Azhar/Al Jazeera)
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