Former prime minister says his party is ‘here to stay’ in first public speech since resigning in October amid protests.
Parliament backs cabinet and financial plans of PM Hassan Diab in vote held despite attempts by protesters to block it.
Palestinian refugees in Lebanese camps pessimistic as Trump’s ‘Deal of the Century’ includes no right of return.
Fear of what the future may hold is palpable as economic crisis deepens and living standards plummet rapidly.
World Bank has warned poverty will rise by a further 50 percent if financial crisis continues.
Around 250,000 migrant workers in Lebanon are excluded from labour-law protections, putting them at risk of exploitation and abuse.
Ali Larijani visits Lebanon, mired in economic and political problems, despite appointment of new government.
Analysts say Lebanon’s new contested cabinet must regain international community’s trust and stem economic crisis.
Clashes erupted as Lebanon’s new government convened a day after it was formed following a three-month political vacuum.
Lebanon was without an effective government since Saad Hariri resigned in October.
Youth injured during clashes in Beirut say they will continue to protest until their demands are met.
The move comes just days after Guatemala’s new president also signaled he’d keep country’s embassy in Jerusalem.
Protesters lobbed stones, firecrackers and street signs at riot police in weekend clashes that injured over 540 people.
Confrontation between authorities and protesters continues in crisis-hit Lebanon as leaders fail to form new government.
Four months into the mostly peaceful protest movement, anti-gov’t demonstrators have turned their anger at the banks.
Hezbollah leader urges Iran’s allies to take action against the US for killing top General Qassem Soleimani.
Public prosecutor reportedly also to keep investigating whether Ghosn helped normalise economic relations with Israel.
One-time titan of car industry accuses Tokyo prosecutors of conspiring with Nissan to remove him from his job.
The Japanese carmaker has spent more than $200m investigating its former chief executive.
Japanese ambassador to Lebanon asks for greater cooperation on Ghosn to ‘avoid negative repercussions’ for relations.
Carmaker stands by internal findings of Ghosn’s alleged misconduct, says it will continue to cooperate with authorities.
The former auto titan took a bullet train to Osaka, Japan en route to Lebanon, says Kyodo News.
Nasrallah’s stance, analysts say, begins a new period of escalation between Iran-backed militias and US forces.
Car tycoon broke bail and fled to Lebanon last week as he awaited trial on charges of financial misconduct.
Turkish firm MNG Jet said one of its workers admitted to not putting Ghosn on official documentation.
Carlos Ghosn said in a statement on Thursday that his family played no role whatsoever in his exit from Japan.
The ex-Nissan boss, accused of financial mismanagement, was allowed to carry a spare passport, Japanese media said.
Former Nissan CEO and white collar fugitive is expected to make a blistering public relations assault.
Ghosn was greeted warmly by President Michel Aoun on Monday after flying into Beirut via Istanbul, sources tell Reuters.
New Lebanon government set to ratify financial plan hoped to salvage economy in tailspin.