A top leader of the Palestinian Hamas resistance movement has condemned the Lebanese government's recent crackdown on businesses hiring foreign workers without permits, calling for the revocation of the measures in the Arab country.
Hundreds of Syrian refugees have returned to their homeland from various areas in neighboring Lebanon after Syrian government forces and allied fighters from popular defense groups managed to liberate their hometowns from the clutches of foreign-sponsored Takfiri terrorist groups.
Lebanon’s Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri has denounced American sanctions on lawmakers from the Hezbollah resistance movement as an “assault” against not only the parliament but the entire Lebanese nation.
Lebanese Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri condemned Wednesday sanctions imposed the day before by the United States against three Hezbollah officials, including two lawmakers, calling them an "aggression" against Lebanon.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry says the four Iranian diplomats abducted in Lebanon back in 1982 are still being held in the Israeli regime’s prisons, and the world must pressure Tel Aviv and its sponsors to release them.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry said the four Iranian diplomats abducted in Lebanon back in 1982 are still being held in the Israeli regime’s prisons, and the world must pressure Tel Aviv and its sponsors to release them.
Lebanese President Michel Aoun says security will be restored in the country’s southern province of Mount Lebanon, a day after two bodyguards of the minister of state for refugee affairs lost their lives and another sustained critical wounds when gunmen opened fire on his convoy and triggered armed clashes.
People have taken to the streets in the Lebanese capital of Beirut to protest against a United States-sponsored conference in Bahrain where Washington aims to unveil parts of what it calls a “deal” on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Lebanese Foreign Minister Gebran Bassil says Syrian refugees are staying in Lebanon for economic reasons, even though three quarters of them could return to their homeland as they face no fear of political persecution or threat to their security.
Lebanese Foreign Minister Gebran Bassil said his country is boycotting the forthcoming US-led conference in Bahrain in support of President Donald Trump’s controversial proposal for “peace” between the Israeli regime and Palestinians, dubbed the “deal of the century,” because Palestinians are not taking part in the event.