Lebanese PM criticizes Hezbollah press tour on Israel border
Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri criticized the media tour organized by Hezbollah during which armed militants from the group appeared in a U.N.-created border buffer zone meant to be free of Hezbollah presence, calling it "unacceptable in our opinion"
Lebanon detains man accused of raping 4 Syrian boys
Lebanese police say they have detained a man accused of raping four Syrian boys
Lebanon's president adjourns Parliament for 1 month
Lebanese President Michel Aoun says he is invoking his constitutional powers to adjourn the parliament for one month
Fierce clashes rock Palestinian refugee camp in Lebanon
Security forces have clashed with Islamic extremists for the third consecutive day in a Palestinian camp in Lebanon
Tulsa Man Charged With Murder, Hate Crime in Death of Lebanese Neighbor
The man who a Tulsa family said "terrorized" them for years and called them racially offensive names has been charged with murder and a hate crime in the shooting death of 37-year-old Khalid Jabara, according to authorities. Stanley "Vernon" Majors, 61, was charged with first-degree murder in
ISIS Claims Deadly Dual Beirut Bombings
The terror group ISIS has claimed responsibility for dual bombings in Beirut today that claimed at least 37 lives. In statements circulated on Twitter and through the Telegram messaging app, ISIS said it detonated a motorcycle bomb and then, after witnesses rushed to the scene, a suicide bomber
Over a Million Syrian Refugees Living in Camps in Lebanon
Migrant refugees work for small wages as they prepare to take their families on a long and dangerous journey, hoping for freedom.
Miss Lebanon Slammed for Selfie With Miss Israel
Lebanese risk prison if they call or visit Israel and all Israeli products are banned in Lebanon.