German charity helps refugees in Lebanon learn online
According to the UN, Lebanon is hosting more than a million Syrian refugees. Many are young people who fled the war before finishing their education. The German charity Kiron hopes to help them by providing them with opportunities to learn online.
Couples from Israel and Lebanon say 'I do' in Cyprus
In both Lebanon and Israel, Couples must marry in a mosque, church or synagogue. For couples of different religions, atheists or anyone who wants to see their union regulated by a civil code, there is only one solution: those who can afford it are left to wed abroad.
Lebanon bomb wounds Hamas official
A bomb has wounded a member of the Palestinian group Hamas in Sidon, southern Lebanon. Al-Manar television, run by Hezbollah, said he had an important security role and was being tracked by Israel.
Outgoing Lebanese PM Hariri arrives in Paris amidst political uncertainty at home
Lebanon's Saad al-Hariri arrived in Paris on Saturday where he is due to hold talks with the French President Emmanuel Macron. Hariri resigned as Lebanese prime minister earlier this month, plunging Lebanon into political crisis.
Hezbollah says Saudi declares Lebanon war over Hariri detention
Hezbollah’s leader says that Saudi Arabia had declared war on Lebanon and his Iran-backed group, accusing Riyadh of detaining Saad al-Hariri and forcing him to resign as Lebanon’s prime minister.
One dead in Islamist clashes in Palestinian camp in Lebanon
At least one person was killed and several injured in clashes between Palestinian security forces and Sunni Islamists in Lebanon, according to local sources.
Lebanon's Hariri to ask for '$10-$12 billion’ in international investment
A few days before his trip to Paris, Lebanon's prime minister Saad Hariri sat down with FRANCE 24's Marc Perelman to talk about Syria, refugees, Hezbollah, and Saudi Arabia.
France's Macron takes presidential campaign to London
We take a look at coverage of the French presidential campaign going overseas, with centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron campaigning in London while far-right hopeful Marine Le Pen is in Lebanon.
Lebanese town installs solar panels to deal with electricity blackouts
Electricity blackouts plunge Lebanon into darkness for several hours a day. Estimates say it could cost up to $6bn to overhaul the country's entire power infrastructure. But some entrepreneurs are easing the situation by installing solar panels.