Fouad Siniora News
A Return to 'Bad Old Days' in Lebanon
As Prime Minister Vows to Confront Hezbollah, Beirut Carries on With Trepidation
Rafik Hariri Assassination Tribunal Opens
By LARA SETRAKIAN, ABC News, Dubai This week the United Nations opened its tribunal on the killing of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri, an anti-Syrian statesman whose death was followed by a succession of bomb attacks that killed more...
Lebanon Dancing to the Beat of Different Drums
In Difficult Times, Lebanese Find Strength in Both Traditional and Modern Music
'Things Will Get Worse and Not Better'
Lebanese Youth Express Frustration at the Recent Violence Dividing the Country
20 Decapitated Bodies Found In Iraq
IRAQ 20 Beheaded Bodies Found In Iraq Twenty beheaded bodies were discovered Thursday on the banks of the Tigris River southeast of Baghdad and a car bomb killed another 20 people in one of the capital's busy outdoor bus stations, police said. ( AP ) Baghdad Bomb Kills 25, as British Soldiers Die A
Document: Iran Caught Red-Handed Shipping Arms to Taliban
IRAN/AFGHANISTAN Document: Iran Caught Red-Handed Shipping Arms to Taliban NATO officials say they have caught Iran red-handed, shipping heavy arms, C4 explosives and advanced roadside bombs to the Taliban for use against NATO forces, in what the officials say is a dramatic escalation of Iran's
U.N. Receives New Draft Decree for Tougher Nuclear Sanctions on Iran
IRAN U.N. Council Gets New Draft Decree on Iran Nuclear Sanctions The Security Council received on Thursday a draft of a new resolution to impose sanctions on Iran for its defiance of demands that it suspend its nuclear enrichment activities and return to negotiations over its nuclear program. ( NY
Crack in the Axis: Signs of Syrian-Iranian Split?
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad ended two days of meetings in Tehran Sunday, charging that the "enemies of Islam" were engaged in "the creation of a rift among Muslims" -- an unusual admission that the strategic relationship between Iran and Syria may be fraying. "Recent developments have led to a
Peace or War? Lebanon on the Brink
The atmosphere is oddly uneasy at the Music Hall in downtown Beirut: Most of the red velvet sofas are empty, few people hang around the long, well-stocked, high-tech bar, and waiters stand in line, uncalled. "We had 300 reservations at the beginning of the week," said one of them. "Only 70