Senior Syrian commander Issam Zahreddine, who led the fight against Daesh in Deir al-Zor, was killed Wednesday in operations against the militant group in Sakr Island, east of the embattled city, a Hezbollah-affiliated media unit reported.
Prime Minister Saad Hariri Wednesday hit back at MPs who criticized his Cabinet’s performance, saying his government was the most productive in recent years, as Parliament wrapped up two days of discussions and prepared to ratify a state…
The Kuwait-based company TSC seems to be closing the curtain on its investments in Lebanon as employees of the supermarket chain plan a demonstration Thursday to demand their full salaries and compensations.
Parliament Tuesday began the first of three successive legislative sessions to debate and ratify a state budget for the first time in over a decade, with lawmakers delivering low-key speeches reflecting the top leaders’ political…
Residents of a small Beirut neighborhood expressed shock and surprise Tuesday after a local teenager went on an early morning rampage with a shotgun leaving three – including his father – dead and four wounded.
A leading banker Tuesday expressed concern about the reluctance of American banks to deal with Arab lenders despite the fact that the latter have complied with all international standards to combat money laundering and terrorism funding.
Wheat shipments to Egypt, the world’s largest buyer, are being disrupted by a dispute involving government inspectors angered by a ban on the expenses-paid foreign trips they once enjoyed to approve cargoes at their ports of origin.
The Baghdad government recaptured territory from Kurds across northern Iraq Tuesday, making startlingly rapid gains in a sudden campaign that has shifted the balance of power in the country almost overnight.
President Donald Trump's hawkish new approach towards Tehran, coupled with banking worries and domestic political turbulence in both countries, are causing growing uncertainty over Iran's $36 billion deal to buy airliners from Boeing,…
Local daily Al-Akhbar was ordered Tuesday to pay LL1,000 to both the American University of Beirut and the Lebanese Forces, after the newspaper was found to have slandered these parties in two separate cases.