News The roadside bomb attack that killed the Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri in Beirut in February 2005

Nine years ago, Lebanon’s Prime Minister was murdered. But his alleged killers won’t be at the tribunal in The Hague as they haven’t been arrested. Robert Fisk says history shows the guilty will never face justice

Senior al-Qa'ida figure Majid al-Majid dies in custody in Lebanon

An army statement said al-Majid died in a military hospital in Beirut

Israel and Lebanon exchange cross-border rocket and artillery fire in rare flare-up of violence

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu commends his military for ‘quick and forceful’ retaliation

The quagmire of Syria: A regional voice for moderation has been silenced

With the untimely death of Mohamad Chatah, Lebanon has lost a courageous intellectual

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Firefighters put out a blaze after an ex-Lebanese minister was killed in a powerful bomb blast in central Beirut

Lebanon: Hezbollah critic Mohamad Chatah’s murder blamed on Shia militant movement

Attack threatens to heighten tensions between the Syrian President’s allies and opponents

Egypt sends ousted Morsi to third trial over Arab Spring jailbreaks

Some of the charges against Morsi and 129 others carry the death penalty

Civil Defence personnel extinguish a fire at the site of the explosions near the Iranian embassy in Beirut

Beirut bomb blasts kill 23: Iranian Embassy is the target in a widening war between Shia and Sunni

At least 160 people wounded in the two explosions, but could there be a more obvious target for those who curse Hezbollah’s military support for Assad's regime in Damascus?

Syrian army recaptures two Damascus suburbs from rebels

Opposition activists said at least 70 people have been killed

Lebanon: Death toll in twin mosques bombings in Tripoli rises to 47

Twin car bombings killed at least 47 people and wounded hundreds on Friday in Lebanon’s second largest city Tripoli. The attack was the bloodiest since the country’s 15-year civil war, which ended in 1990.

Lebanon: 42 dead as car bomb explosions hit Tripoli

Lebanese Red Cross says at least 500 people here hurt

Rockets fired from Lebanon hit northern Israel

Despite two of the rockets landing in an open field there are believed to be no casualties

Beirut car bomb death toll rises as investigators consider suicide possibility

DNA tests conducted on body parts discovered near the vehicle that blew up yesterday, killing at least 24

At least twenty killed after car bomb rips through Shia district in Beirut

A powerful car bomb ripped through a southern Beirut district today, killing 20 people and trapping others in burning buildings in a Hezbollah stronghold.

Iran's new president Hassan Rouhani vows to support Syrian regime as president Assad vows to crush rebels with 'iron fist'

Rouhani made comments during a meeting with Syrian prime minister Wael al-Halqi

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