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  1. Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte visits the site of last month's massive explosion at Bei

    Italy adds to European calls for change in Lebanon amid crisis

    Italy's prime minister said it was time for Lebanon to rebuild trust between the people and its institutions, joining France's call for change in ...
  2. A member of the Lebanese army

    Signs of life detected under rubble a month after Beirut blast, says rescuer

    Lebanese rescue workers searching through rubble in a residential area after a huge Beirut port explosion on Aug. 4 have detected signs of life ...
  3. FILE PHOTO: Lebanese singer Fairouz performs during a concert at Sahel Alma east of Beirut

    'My wounded country': Lebanese singer whose voice transcends divisions to meet Macron

    The French president will start his visit to Beirut on Monday by meeting Fairouz, one of the Arab world's most famed singers whose haunting voice ...
  4. A view of the damaged site following the explosion at Beirut port

    Beirut port blast death toll rises to 190

    The death toll from this month's Beirut port blast has risen to 190 with more than 6,500 injured and three people missing, Lebanon's caretaker ...
  5. The damaged Lebanon's Electricity Company (EDL) headquarters are seen in the aftermath of an e

    Gazing over wasteland, Beirutis mourn lost 'Lady of the World'

    Over centuries, Beirut built its reputation as a cultural crossroads, a thriving port and a playground known as "the Paris of the Middle East". In ...
  6. A general view shows the damaged port area in the aftermath of a massive explosion in Beirut

    'Impossible' that Beirut port blast was caused by Hezbollah arms, says president

    Lebanese President Michel Aoun dismissed as "impossible" the chance that a vast explosion in Beirut's port this month was caused by a blast from a ...
  7. People walk as they wear face masks to prevent the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in

    Lebanon needs two-week lockdown after 'shocking' COVID-19 rise, minister says

    Lebanon must shut down for two weeks after a surge in coronavirus infections, the caretaker health minister said on Monday, as the country reels ...