Facebook censors Syrian, Lebanese media pages in mass shut down

In a mass crack-down on Syrian and Lebanese journalism today, Facebook has closed down several news-media pages, leaving millions of followers confused and perturbed....

ISIS on the brink of entering strategic Lebanese city

The so-called "Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Sham" (ISIS) has made several gains in eastern Lebanon today, as their former allies from the Syrian...

Disguised Israeli drone downed by Hezbollah over south Lebanon

According to Bint Jbeil News Agency, members of Hezbollah downed an Israeli reconnaissance drone that was disguised as an eagle over the large town...

Lebanon concludes trade agreement with Iran

The Economy and Trade Minister Alain Hakim said on Tuesday that lifting the economic sanctions on Iran made the country a magnet for investments...

Russia agrees to accept Lebanon’s garbage

The Daily Star has reported that Britain’s Chinook Urban Mining International has obtained Russia’s approval to take in Lebanon’s trash, head of the Council...

Lebanese security forces crack down on terrorists across the country

On Saturday, the Lebanese security forces announced the arrest of a Lebanese national in the northern countryside of Zgharta after he was discovered of...

ISIS and Nusra go to war in east Lebanon

The former Jihadist allies from the so-called "Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Sham" (ISIS) and Jabhat Al-Nusra (Syrian Al-Qaeda group) are now at odds...

Lebanon seeks $12 billion in refugee aid

The Lebanese government is pleading for $12 billion over a 5 year period to help in what one minister described as the "ongoing earthquake"...

Syrian Airforce strikes ISIS and Nusra inside Lebanon

Early this morning, the Syrian Air Force struck insurgent positions in Eastern Lebanon. More specifically, a combined force of Jabhat al-Nusra (al-Qaeda) and ISIS...

Lebanese military boat capsizes off the coast of Syria

Two Lebanese soldiers died when when their military boat sank off the Arida coast near the Lebanese-Syrian borders, according to the National News Agency...